Yaounde, Cameroon Africa. (Cameroon News) – The Coordination and Follow-up Committee of Priority Projects to be realized in the Bakassi zone is preparing recommendations to submit to government on ways of better carrying out priority development projects and encouraging Cameroonians to live in the area. The committee members evaluated the level of execution of projects from January 30 to February 2, 2012.
“In Subdivisions like Kombo Abedimo, especially in Akwa, Isangele and Kombo Itindi especially in Ngosso, most of the structures are in place. Most of the bad jobs have been done in Idabato Subdivision that was ceded to Cameroon last by Nigeria,” the Committee chairperson who doubles as Special Adviser to the Prime Minister, Lekunze Ketuma Jacob said after the projects execution assessment mission.
The committee delegation inspected projects in the Ngosso in Kombo Itindi Subdivison, especially the newly constructed National Gendarmerie Brigade, deserted plank Police station and also saw the advanced erosion at the beach.
In Barracks, part of the Kombo Itindi Subdivision, they expressed satisfaction with construction of the Government Primary School.
In Idabato Subdivision, the Committee delegation inspected the newly constructed Subdivisional Delegation of Agriculture, the Subdivisional Officer’s residence with a working solar energy system, a well constructed health centre, classrooms in Government Primary School and Government Secondary School Idabato.
Delegation members were disappointed with the abandoned work on the Police building whose constructed ignored all the norms.
The Committee on February 1, 2012 inspected the ongoing work at a water supply project in Akwa, headquarters of Kombo Abedimo Subdivision, Government Technical College Akwa that has magnificent buildings awaiting completion and the Community hall.
They also inspected classrooms constructed in Government School Mbenmong.
In Isangele the same day, the Committee delegation inspected work on a tank being dug as part of the potable water supply project and the foundation of the Isangele Council Complex funded by FEICOM.
From Isangele the Committee delegation drove to Mundemba through the 75 km long Mundemba-Isangele-Akwa road opened up by the Military Engineering Corps in 2010.
The road is suffering from serious degradation, though reports say government budgeted FCFA 200 million in 2011 for its maintenance.Pin It