Minister Paul Atanga Nji has told administrative authorities of the Adamawa region that if they double their efforts, they will be capable of resolving their problems.
The Minister was speaking during a security meeting he chaired at the Governor’s office Tuesday December 1, 2020.
The Minister was in the region in the 3rd lap of his visit to the “Grand North”.
Just like in Maroua and Garoua, Minister Paul Atanga Nji evaluated the security situation in the Adamawa region and gave instructions for further security dispositions ahead of the up coming Regional Council Elections.
Besides the elections, the MinAT boss stressed on the need to strategize and put an end to organised kidnappings for ransom as well as other crimes in the region.
The Minister said, if the different stake holders of the region work together, they will be capable of resolving their problems.
Paul Atanga Nji seized the opportunity to implore commercial motorbike riders in the region to collaborate with authorities in order to fight against crimes and social disorder.
The bike riders through one of their Trade Union Leaders, thanked the Head of State, Paul Biya through the Minister.
He promised that they will respect the law.
“We are very grateful to the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji for reconciling us with administrative authorities and security forces” the bikers said.
At the end of the meeting with the riders, the Minister distributed face masks to them.
“Campaigns for the up coming Regional Council Elections are going on smoothly, voting materials from Elecam are already available, you need to assist positively in the organization of the polls” Atanga Nji told the bikers.
During his stay in the Adamawa, the Minister visited the modern slaughter house in Warka that has refrigeration facilities.
He was received upon arrival in Ngaoundere by the Governor of the region, Kildadi Taguieke Boukar.
Both men visited the University of Ngaoundere to assess the various development projects in place.