Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Here is the New Divisional Officer for Nkambe

 By Tamngwa Marcel Kwalar
Abba Abdouraman
Commissioning the newly appointed Divisional Officer for Nkambe Central at the Fon Jabfu Ibrahim Grandstand, the senior Divisional Officer for Donga Mantung urged the population to play the essential role of cooperating with the administration for their safety and welfare. Ngone Ndodemesape Bernard also called on Abba Abdouraman to ensure that conflict between farmers and grazers should be settled locally. And except otherwise, the Farmer/Grazer Commission could be the last option. The SDO for Donga Mantung also called on the newly installed Divisional Officer (DO) to ensure that grazers do not allow their cattle to move into farming areas as well as farmers not also allowed to farm on grazing land.  In his welcome speech, the 3rd Deputy Mayor for Nkambe council, Nfor Baleri called on Abba Adouraman to work for the interest of the people yet, congratulated the out-gone Divisional Officer for Nkambe Ngangue Victor Marcel for his efforts that reduced land disputes, farmer/grazer conflict and chieftaincy crisis.  Some administrators he observed enjoy taking cows and not making the truth to come out. Nfor Baleri told the incoming Divisional Officer that he has been appointed to administer one of the most neglected sub-division. The inhabitants of Nkambe he said go for days, weeks and even months without electricity reasons why fresh fish and water have all become rare commodities in the municipality. “Water related diseases are now in constant rise” he added. He lamented that the Nkambe District Hospital has no standby generator”.
Abba Abdouraman it should be recalled hails from the Far North Region. He is a graduate of ENAM and upon graduation; he served in the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Decentralization. He was later appointed to serve as the Chief of Cabinet at the Governor’s Office in the West Region from where he was recently appointed to Nkambe. He is young and energetic.
Hot Files Abba Abdouraman will meet on his Table
1)      Moh-Nkambe Chieftaincy Crisis
2)      Mayo Binka –Binka Chieftaincy Crisis
3)      The Saah land dispute
4)      The Border crisis between Nkambe and Ako at Ntamruh, Ntumbe
5)      The border crisis between Nkambe and Misaje at Mgong
6)      The precarious farmer/grazer problem
7)      The demarcation of farming and grazing land
8)      And the political anarchy by politicians who would scramble to pocket him.

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