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Hon. chief Mbile elected as President in Ndian Chief Conference


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Former Lawmaker and ace educationist, honorable chief Norbert Nangiya Mbile is the current president of Ndian chief’s conference (NDICCO). Hon.  Mbile, who is the traditional ruler of Lipenja in Ndian division, was elected NDICCO president on the occasion of day one of the two days NDICCO that took place in Toko subdivision from March 11 2012.

Honorable Mbile whose exco also include Chief Orume John and Milla Bekako as secretary general and publicity Secretary will need office for three years. The election of honorable Mbile as NDICCO president also coincided with the duration of school text books in the subject areas of mathematics, English and French to 35 post primary institutions in the nine subdivisions by an American company.

Honorable Mbile is a member of the government anti-corruption watch later told Kumba day and nightthat for the duration of his mandate, he will make sure that the people of Ndian achieve their social, economic and political ambitions.

The ceremony was graced by traditional group and choral dance group from all over the division.

by Manfred Ashu

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  1. Mercy Mabian says:

    Hello Website Master & Editors,

    I am Dr. Mercy Mabian, the President of Oroko Cultural Association, USA. I came across your website and was distressed to learn that an American company provided books to Oroko communities.

    I am not sure who was interviewed for this information but the fact is Oroko Cultural Association USA donated the books to Oroko communities to furnish the libraries/reading rooms. We shipped over 58, 000 books under the protection of Madame Bertha Ndoh Bakata, Chief Milla Bokako, Dr. Justin Okolle, Mr. Victor Malle, Chief Itoe Esoh, Madam Balemba, Coronel Bernard Mediko and Mayor Nganda Valentine Beyoko to be distributed to all Oroko communities with reading rooms/libraries.

    We have also donated 23,745 pens, 17,062 Pencils, and 5,200 Raincoats and just shipped two 40 foot containers of Medical Supplies and Machines to Oroko communities.

    Thank you for reading and please make the necessary correction!

    Stay blessed!

    Dr. Mercy Mabian
    President
    Oroko Cultural Association-USA

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    • Lady says:

      Thanks very much for stopping by our Blog. the story you are talking about was not written about the books the Oroko Cultural Association USA donated it was the SG Sustainable Oils Cameroon, a subsidiary of Herakles Farms that donated a set of reference text books in the three subject areas of Mathematics,English and French to the entire 35 post primary institutions in the nine Sub Divisions of Ndian.Thanks for your understanding.

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  2. Epingo Raphael says:

    While we appreciate the books donated by Herakles Farms through its subsidiary SG-SOC to our community, I for one want to vehemently lament that fact that we are once again giving away our land for peanut to an American conglomerate that is only out to exploit it for free with a promise of creating jobs and bringing development to our land.
    All that promise is BULLSHIT,as we will be better off working and owning our own farms than working on SLAVE wages in a white-man’s plantation.
    Lets be frank to our selves, how much has the OROKO man gotten from PAMOL and the CDC that have exploited our lands for the last cenury? Nothing. We keep selling land at give away prices rather then rent out to any that wants to open farms or plantations.
    HERAKLES farms should leave us and our land alone and we shall develop it with the interest of our children and our children’s children at heart. Let all power seekers from Oroko land that collude with Biya to give away our land know that Oroko sons and daughters everywhere will not accept another enslavement of our people in the plantations to work for slave wages in the name of development.
    We shall fight Herakles Farms in every court in the USA. Dr. Timti Isidore (late) that brought Herakles farms to our land has land in his native KOM and should have directed such development there. After-all if development is good for us, why not for his people.
    To hell with all that thank land grabbers that come in the name of development to deprive us of what is rightly ours. The project will fail because as I said before, we will fight to stop the project in every court in every state her in the U.S where Herakles Farms is headquartered.
    What is wrong with the Oroko man? Can’t we get up from our continued slumber even for once.
    Thank You.

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  3. Lady says:

    Thanks very much for stopping by our Blog. the story you are talking about was not written about the books the Oroko Cultural Association USA donated it was the SG Sustainable Oils Cameroon, a subsidiary of Herakles Farms that donated a set of reference text books in the three subject areas of Mathematics,English and French to the entire 35 post primary institutions in the nine Sub Divisions of Ndian.Thanks for your understanding.

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