EBOLOWA, CAMEROON, AFRICA. NOVEMBER 2010 (NEWS.CAMEROON-TODAY.COM) - THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER, MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (MINADER) WHILE VISITING EBOLOW STATED THAT ALL STEPS BE TAKEN SO THAT THE CITY OF EBOLOWA’S PROBLEMS OF WATER AND ENERGY BE FULLY RESOLVED.
Historically the people of the provincial capital of the Southern region face problems of water and electricity. A problem with the Deputy Prime Minister Kuete John has had time to take stock on site during his recent visit to the region.
On the eve of the Agro-pastoral show to be held in the coming days in Ebolowa, the call has all the hallmarks of a summons to members of the inter-ministerial delegation led by Mr. Kuete John to the area.
Energy and water, these two consumer products were at the heart of the concerns of the inter-ministerial delegation that just visited Ebolowa. And for good reason, the capital places of the South is emerging from five days of a blackout due to lack of electricity.
A failure on the network has deprived the people of this precious commodity, a situation difficult to accept only one month to the big gathering of the lords of the earth.
And as “a misfortune never comes alone,” it is noteworthy that when electricity is scarce in the city water as follows …??
The Deputy PM presiding over the National Commission on Organizing the Agro-Pastoral show asked that MINADER (MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (MINADER)) and all relevant actors work hard so that water and electricity are not lacking during this festival.
MINADER’s concerns was reassuring that
“the energy generation of great capacity will be approved soon with one be placed at the water treatment plant at Mvila and others to look after the production of electricity.“
??Assurances which had the effect of giving hope among people who see this great event as a chance to break with these recurring problems of water shortages of electricity.