The core of Mayor Dighambong’s popularity lies in the fact that he is the candidate who presents the most marked values to fit the United Councils and Cities of Cameroon.
As election day draws nearer, councillors are more than convinced with the personality in the lone Anglophone candidate in the race.
The candidacy was presented recently in Yaounde, with a strong message from Mayor Dighambong Anthony Mvo.
“I am ready to continue with the constructive works left behind by out-going president, Andze Andze Emille, and unite councils and the country at large in these challenging times” he declared.
Mr Dighambong Anthony Mvo, who has served in public life as Mayor since 2013 says with his experience, he is seeking to cast himself as a humble, dynamic, committed, steady and seasoned hand in a new venture.
News Upfront gathered that his objectives and goals speak for themselves.
The candidate intends to reform the United Councils and Cities of Cameroon to make it more vibrant, representative and efficient, vis-a-vis the new governance challenge coming with the implementation of decentralization in the country.
To him, some operational offices of the UCCC that have not been too functional such as the City’s Trade Centre or Decentralization Centre needs to be revived.
In his manifesto, Mayor Dighambong Anthony Mvo, plans to increase the resources allocated to municipalities to help them strengthen their activities.
He even plans to build a Headquarter for the organization and support regional offices to do same.
His greatest desire is to see Mayors and other municipal councillors recognized during official ceremonies as constituted corps.
The candidate during the ceremony was presented as a leader and not a boss, and ready to consolidate Cameroon’s unity in diversity.
The elections, it should be noted comes up on November 03, 2020.