The Prime Minister of Cameroon Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute, has ended his four-day visit to the Northwest. The aim of his presence in the region was to evaluate the implementation of the resolutions of the Major National Dialogue.
Ending his visit on Friday, the head of government appreciated the hospitality shown by the Northwest population. “I first of all want to thank the people of the Northwest region for their wonderful hospitality throughout our stay these past four days in Bamenda”.
Joseph Dion Ngute said there is a genuine cry for peace in the Northwest region with some areas regaining stability gradually “some parts of the region are getting stabilized. Some others are still in difficulties, but I think we have talked to all of the respective actors and given them the courage to put in place mechanisms towards talking to our misguided youths” he stated.
The PM said the main target is to figure out how to convince many of the youths in the bush to abandon their guns and get back into society. He sounded optimistic “I leave Bamenda with a great deal of optimism knowing that in the coming weeks or months, the situation will change dramatically”.
The Prime Minister arrived in Bamenda on Tuesday 5 October, and was given a warm welcome amidst gunshots. His stay lasted till Friday 8 October 2021.