By Chris Mbunwe
The Member of Parliament for Bamenda Central and Bali Subdivisions, Hon. Simon Fobi Nchinda, has said his party is determined more than ever before to take power in 2011.
Hon. Fobi Nchinda handing roofing sheets to Catholic School Alamatu Mankon
Speaking at the first lap of his meet-the-people tour of Bamenda II Subdivision, Hon, Fobi said Cameroonians have only one weapon to flush Biya from Etoundi and that weapon is the SDF.
"Biya's regime has brought unemployment, misery and abject poverty. However, we, SDF MPs, cannot just fold our arms and be criticising. That is why I have brought corrugated roofing sheets, school benches, toilets, hospital beds and mattresses to health centres and assistance to our palaces.
These and many more is proof of the fact that if Cameroonians vote for SDF in two years to come they will never regret because we will triple our efforts to alleviate poverty and unemployment," Hon. Fobi said.
At Ntingkan Mankon, Catholic Primary School Alamatu, Baptist Primary School Muwachu, Government Technical College Chomba, Nsohngwa Palace, where Hon. Fobi visited and handed micro projects realised, he expressed satisfaction with the execution of the projects by the various committees which he created five months ago and handed over FCFA 8 million.
Appreciating the gifts, Mrs. Clara Mu-Ntseh, Peter Nchum, Head Teachers of Catholic and Baptist Schools of Alamatu and Mankon thanked Fobi and requested for complete renovation of the schools.
The Parish Priest of Alamatu Catholic Church, Reverend Father James Nsokika, said since the creation of the school in 1962, the school has never received such gifts from an MP or benefactor. "We are elated and pray that God, who gave you the brains and the money to take care of us, will still provide enough so you keep helping the needy." Rev. Nsokika noted.
The Bamenda Electoral District Chairman of the SDF, Garba Oumarous, and the chair lady of the Micro Project committee, Mrs. Hadja Patu, thanked the local committees for selfless service to their community.