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Mr and Mrs Besong with Mayor Ekaleafter signing their marriage.

Besong Athanasuis Oben and Elokobi Arrey Cecilia are now united in Marriage.

Cecelia makes her vows.

Couple with family.

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The Marriage of Moyako Joseph Barake and Ituka Comfort Dikoba is now Legal.  This solemn occasion took place on Thursday March 31st at the Kumba 1 Council .

Comfort and witnesses look on as Joseph signs marriage certificate.

Mr. and Mrs Barake pose with the Mayor and their witnessess
Mr and Mrs Barake  pose in the Garden
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Streets of Kumba Series.Krammer Avenue.

The man Martin Krammer was a Peace Corps form Rutgers University, New Jersey. He came to Cameroon, and stayed here from 1963- 1965. Martin Krammer was a Town Planner, and he drew the first Master Plan of Kumba Town.

Martin Kramer on his Mission to Cameroon.

Having a look at the first Kumba Town Planning authority, it was discovered that though a Peace Corps volunteer, he acted as an adviser to West Cameroon’s Lands and Surveys Department.

Kumba Town Planning Authority, with Martin Krammer- September 1965.

Martin Krammer was an adviser; he drafted Legislation’s for consideration by the West Cameroon House of Assembly through the Prime Minister.

It is because of his immerse efforts as pioneer Town Planner of the City of Kumba, that one of the major roads he conceived has been named after him.

While he is called Martin Krammer, the avenue has over the years assume various appellations and spellings such as “Cramer”, “Krammer”, “Karamar”, “Kramar” .

There is information that when Martin Krammer left Cameroon, he was employed by the Los Angeles City Council. Last year the Kumba 1 Council got in touch with the U.S. Peace Corps in Yaoundé, and they promised to invite Martin Krammer to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of  the U. S. Peace Corps in Cameroon.

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Dressed in their purple outfits, Neba Bernard Neba and Nchang Ndefru Delphine made their way to the conference hall of the Kumba 1 Council  to have their marriage legalised. This ceremony was solemnised on Friday March 25th by the Mayor to the Kumba 1 Council, Prince Ekale Mukete.

Mr. and Mrs. Neba hold up their marriage certificates

Newly weds pose with family.

Couple and witnesses about to sign their marriage certificates.

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MTN CLOCKS “10″

The Mobile Telephone Network, (MTN) celebrated its 10th anniversary with the people of Kumba. This occasion took place on Friday March 25th at the palace of Nfon V.E.Mukete. Farming equipments worth over 40 million francs were donated to some groups in Kumba by the MTN Director General, Phillippe Vandebrouck.

(L-R) Phillippe V. Victor Ngoh, Prince Ekale, during the occasion.

In his address, the Director General used an African adage, which compels a successful child to return home to pay homage to his parents. Reason why Kumba was chosen for this celebration so that the successes of their son Prince Ebako Mukete, chairman of MTN Cameroon,can also be felt at home.

Mayor Ekale dances" Twist"of the early 60s with MTN's Director General.

The DG  further said distributing farming equipments such as trucks ,cutlasses, hoes watering cans, was a means to support farming which is the major occupation of the inhabitants, and also forms a backbone of the economy.

Top officials dance with Evangelist Ntuba and some Beneficiaries of MTN's gesture.

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THE C.P.D.M IS NOW 26.

The Cameroon People’s Democratic Party, (C.P.D.M) celebrated its 26th anniversary, on Thursday March 24. In  the Kumba 1 Sub – Division, the ceremony was organised at the Party House of the C.P.D.M, in Njuki .In his welcome address, the President of the Y.C.P.D. M , Mr. Kinge John, applause the efforts of the  forces of Law and Order in reducing crime wave and ensuring  the safety of inhabitants within the municipality.

(L-R)Assistant S.D.O, Mrs Koulbout, Nfon Mukete blow the birthday candles

On his part, the Chairman for the Central Delegation Committee, Nfon V. E. Mukete said he is present in the occasion to observe what is been done at the local level, and report to hierarchy. And that they have seen that the party is waxing strong. He further said supporters should be proud of what the government has done for the past years and is still doing. The Chairman added that there are greater things like the celebration of 50 years of Re- Unification, and the presidential elections which should pre occupy the minds of Cameroonians now.

The C.P.D.M 26TH Anniversary cake.

On his part, the Section President of Meme1A, Prince Ekale Mukete , Made mention of some giant developmental projects which are taking place in Kumba. Among the points he brought out was the on- going recruitment of 25.000 youths, which will provide much employment opportunities to some youths. Also, the on- going rehabilitation of some major roads and the tarring of some streets within Kumba.

Mr. Kinge welcomes Nfon Mukete,Section President Prince Ekale looks on.

The ceremony was a success as many  answered present to partake in the celebration.

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THE KUMBA 1 COUNCIL PUBLIC ACTION PROGRAMME.

The promotion of the rights and socio- economic reinsertion of handicapped persons is one of the numerous obligations of the Social Centre of Kumba. Under the authority of a Chief of Centre, there are five pilot social sections, but only one of the sections is functional. The needs of the centre are numerous, and the Budget allocated to cover these needs is still to meet up with the said needs.

Handicaps in need.

There are a number of items which are needed by the physically challenged in the Division, and the centre is yet to adequately provide these equipments.

It is for this reason that the Kumba 1 Council set up a Public Action Programme(P.A.P) ,and is  in partnership with the  Kumba Social Affairs Centre,    appealing to the general public to assist our fellow brothers and sisters, parents and children by providing them with some of their basic equipments so that they can also live a normal live.

Madam Nyoum, Chief of Social Centre, kumba.

Some of the items which are desperately needed at the Centre include a walker with 4 stands, 2 pair of crutches, 4 English Canes,5 white canes, 2 special sunshades for albinos  and 1 photo chromic eye  glasses for the elderly.

Some elderly persons within Kumba

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A day old Baby Abandoned.

Children are said to be the pride of every woman. How true is  this when a woman carries a baby in her womb for nine months, is delivered of the baby, and she ends up abandoning the baby?

A one day old baby boy was found lying dead in a shade beside Kumba main market this morning. This baby, it is alleged was abandoned there by an un wanting mother  few minutes after delivery.

Shade where the baby was abandoned.

Many have doubted the reason why this lady could carry out such an inhumane act by letting an innocent baby to die. The news of the abandoned baby was reported to the Delegate of Social Affairs who reported the matter to the council. A hearse was brought to  carry the remains of  the baby for burial.

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Till death do us part.

This is the sentence made today by Martin  Atinge Nasina, and Jennette Manduka Wase.The marriage ceremony took  place Saturday, 19th March at the Conference Hall of the Kumba 1 Council, in the presence of family friends and well wishers.

Mr. and Mrs. Atinge show their certificates to invitees

Newly weds pose with Mayor,Family and Friends who came to witnesss the ceremony

Mr. Atinge supports his wife as she signs the marriage certificate.

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Weddings weddings weddings

A single week does not pass by without the Kumba 1 Council registering at least a wedding. Lately, the council has registered hundreds of weddings. A private wedding between  Andrew Sone, and  Kamga  Jacqueline has been solemnised. The ceremony took place this afternoon  in the office of the Lord Mayor to the Kumba 1 Council  Prince Ekale Mukete .

Mayor Ekale and the newly weds.

The joy which they felt could  be seen in the manner in which  they took their oats.In the presence of witnesses, the couples were over whelmed with  joy,  promising  to be by each others side for better and for worse , till death do them part.

Andrew and Jacqueline take their vows

Couple with friends

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Sunshades en vogue

Most people in Kumba can be seen on a regular basis wearing sun glasses. This is aimed at shading their eyes from the sum rays. The sun glasses are specially darkened to prevent bright light from hurting ones vision. When a person wears sun glasses, every thing becomes less bright and this is a comfort on sunny days.

Protecting ones eyes from light is the major use of sunglasses. But this is not the case any more, because some people wear it and look at them selves as fashion accessory. Some individuals wear it because they don’t want others to see their eyes for a lot of reasons.

Numerous shades to make a choice

With the climate change which is affecting Kumba, many people can be seen with sun glasses on a daily basis. Business persons, workers and bike riders can be seen daily wearing sun shades most of them to protect their eyes from the sun, and dust which causes conjunctivitis. Others do wear it to be in the mode.

More sun shades

Also the shades are relatively cheap, and can be afforded by any one who has a soft spot for them. If one takes a walk to the entrance of the Kumba main market, they will find many hawkers selling sunglasses of all colours and shapes. However, this gives buyers a modicum of choice to select which they prefer.

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SPECIAL RECRUITMENT INTO THE PUBLIC SERVICE KICKS START.

This operation began Monday, march 14th in all the Ten regions of Cameroon.  This procedure is in conformity to the instructions of President Paul Biya, assigning the Prime Minister,  the Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reforms, president of the technical committee in charge of  the recruiting  operation, to recruit 25.000 youths in to the Public Service .This exercise involves  Cameroonian youths in the country and the diaspora, with certificates and diplomas.

Job seekers crowd at the S.D.Os office to certify documents.

The youths of Kumba just like their counterparts in the other Regions have began the compiling exercise. Many of them could be seen during the days carrying files and rushing to the Divisional Officer’s ,(D.O.) and Mayors offices to certify their documents. This is in the hope that they will be among the lucky Cameroonians who will be recruited into the Public Service.

Waiting to receive certified documents

Applicants wait for their certified documents.

There are many different fields, which gives young Cameroonians with various degrees and opportunity to be members of the Public Service. The  exercise will run for a period of 1 month, there after applicants will wait for the results to be published hoping they will be among the lucky ones .

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PWD KUMBA PAIRED WITH NJALLA QUAN SPORT ACADEMY IN CAMEROON CUP.

Division II  football outfit , PWD of Kumba has picked up a ticket for the last 16 of the Cameroon Cup. PWD qualified after beating EMSA of Tiko by 2-0  in the Regional finals of the Cameroon cup.

The game was a crucial one for the lone flag-bearers of Kumba after their comrades, Bao Manipuk and Kumba Lakers lost their qualifying games by forfeiture.  The match maintains their 11th undefeated run in all competitions without conceiving a goal.

PWD kumba has been paired with Njalla Quan Sport Academy in the round of 16, in the on-going Cup of Cameroon. The match has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 23 at 3.pm Cameroon time at the Buea Municipal Stadium.

Top Guns of FECAFOOT deliberating on pairings.

The coach of PWD, Dipita Mahop says ,“the success of my team is thanks to unity. I am very confident we are going beat Njalla Quan Sport Academy in the Cameroon cup. We have proven it in our matches and we are not going to stop here.”

The team would hold an extraordinary meeting in the days ahead to rally home support and fine-tune strategies. The coach still believes “the support from football lovers in the city of kumba would boost the moral of the team”.

Apart from PWD Kumba, Four teams from the South West Region have made the through National level of this competition. On Saturday March 19th, in the Douala Reunification stadium ,Sable FC of Batié confronts Buea United at 3.PM. On Sunday March 20th, in the Tiko Town Green Stadium, Best Stars  Academy plays Douala Athletic Club. On Wednesday March 23, at the Edea Municipal stadium,Boum’s FC versus Tiko United.

Head of State Paul Biya hands trophy to 2010 champions Fovu of Baham

Other matches have been programmed as follows will be played from the March 19,  20th and 23rd.

1. Achille FC of  Sa’a – Epervier d’Ebolowa
2. Panthère Sportive of  Ndé – Nord 1
3. CNIC/UIC – Boca Junior
4. AS Lausanne of  Yaoundé – Léopard FC of  Douala
5. Canon Sportif of  Yaoundé – Dragon FC of  Yaoundé
6. Roumdé Adjia FC of Garoua – AS CETEF of  Douala
7. Ngaoundéré of University FC – America for Africa of  Bamenda
8. Fovu Club of Baham – FC Mbalmayo
9. AS Matelots of  Douala – SOFA FC of  Yaoundé
10. Les Astres FC  of  Douala – Persévérance FC of Nkam
11. Avenir FC of Bertoua – Nord 2
12. Unisport FC of  Haut-Nkam – Lion Blessé of  Foutouni
13. Santos FC of Koza – Dynamo FC of  Ngaoundéré
14. Scorpion FC of  Be – Kaele FC
15. Tonnerre Kalara Club – Jeunesse of  Bonamoussadi
16. APEJES of MFOU – Banyo FC
17. Cotonsport FC of  Garoua – Lotus Tereck of Yaoundé
18. Caïman Club of  Douala – Bafut United
19. Yong Sport Academy – Mboumba FC of Yokadouma
20. Renaissance FC of Ngoumou – FC Sanaga Maritime d’Edea
21. Union Sportive of Douala – CENAD
22. Aigle Royal of Menoua – Christ Academy
23. Sahel FC of Maroua – Saint Paul Worriors
24. Mayo Rey of Tcholire – AS FAP of Yaoundé
25. Rainbow FC – AS Etoa Meki
26. Racing of Bafoussam – Feutcheu FC of Bandjoun
27. Nka United – Wouri FC
28. Jeunesse Star of Yaoundé – National FC

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THEY STRUGGLE FOR SPACE!

WE NOW STRUGGLE FOR TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY!

Churches and Bars don’t only share people these days, they co-own or co-rent buildings, shades or flats! With the rate of their growth…Well, Let us Keep Our Fingers Crossed!

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“STANDING ON HIGHER GROUNDS”-YET ANOTHER EVANGELICAL RALLY FROM THE PCC

SUNDAY, March 13th dismissed the sum of all fears for the organizers of the Y.P (Young Presbyterians) Evangelical rally 2011. The rally for the Fiango section took place at PC Malende and was presided at by the Presbyterian National Youth Secretary himself, Rev. Mekumba Ituka Francis and the Youth Coordinator Kumba Presbytery Rev. Aniata Nicodemus. Each of the 9 groups that attended the rally participated in the Y.P’s activities of Practical Tracking, Exhibition, Bible Quiz,brain trust, First Aid, Choral Singing, Traditional Dancing and Parading.

YP's PARADING WITH STAFF

The evangelical fanfare was carried out under the theme “Standing on Higher Grounds” drawn from the gospel according to Dr. Luke 4:1-13. About 19 Y.P Leaders were awarded certificates of recognition by the National Youth Secretary. In his sermon drawn from the theme of the rally, the Rev. Aniata challenged the inhabitants of Malende village to teach the devil the same lessons Jesus taught him in the wilderness through standing on higher grounds which is God’s word.

Rev. Aniata Nicodemus (Youth Coordinator, Kumba Presbytery)

Part two of the activities closed with the proclamation of the results with YP Fiango Central emerging first position overall with 93.9marks on a hundred, followed by YP Kosala with 93.3 and Y.P Mabanda 3 corners emerging third with 91.3. In an interview with Kumba day and Night, the National Youth Secretary, Rev. Mekumba stressed that the plan of God according to Prophet Jeremiah does not end with the Church hood but extends to all other youths provided they can trust and depend on God.

Rev. Mekumba Francis (National Youth Secretary), Rev. B. David(Fiango Central), and Rev. Aniata N.

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Mr. D.O We Have Achievements Too!!!

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NEW D.O ON FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT TO K1C

On Friday March 11th 2011, the Divisional Officer for Kumba 1 subdivision Mr. Ndikum Clement Fon and his entourage made their first official visit to Kumba 1 Council. He was equally recieved at the council’s end by an entourage headed by the Lord Mayor, Prince Ekale Mukete, the 2nd Deputy Mayor and the secretary General.

Mayor Ekale Welcomes D.O. Ndikum Clement to the Kumba 1 Council.

The lord mayor then proceeded to acquaint the D.O with the working environment and offices of the Kumba 1 council. K1C under the strong voice of the prince presented a welcome address that heeled the status-qu0 of the council in all its domains. In a brief meeting that followed, he called the D.O’s attention to the lost of councilor Paul Akama in 2007, and the absence of the 1st Deputy Mayor Mr. Otang Gerald. He named amongst others the achievements of the councils in the areas of research projects, health projects and humanitarian activities like the aid provided for less privileged such as the children in the Azi Orphanage, the creation of a council website (WWW.kumba1council.org) and blog (Kumba Day and Night) and the construction of some 20 classrooms and VIP toilets in primary schools.

D.O takes notes on some major points raised

The Divisional Officer on his part applauded the efforts of the council under the patronage of Prince Ekale. He urged the staff to put all hands on deck so as to realize the vision of the council. He also pledged the unbiased availability of the D.O’s office to aid the council in every way needed. Worthy of note is the fact that this visit marks the D.O’s first Official tour to Public and Para public offices in the subdivision, a three day tour he called an “administrative ritual’.  With a toast during a cocktail party the visit was solidified and officialphotos for better  memories were taken.

Formal introduction of the Kumba 1 Council staff.

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Reminiscence of the International Women’s day!

Another edition of the International women’s day has come and gone.An the Longing for another celebration can still be felt in Kumba.The number of women who turned out to celebrate  the IWD cannot be under emphasised.  This day was celebrated with much enthusiasm, as women of all works of life came out in their numbers to celebrate at the grand stand in Kumba. The ceremony started at 10:00 a.m, under the distinguished patronage of the Senior Divisional Officer for Meme, Mr. David Koulbout Aman.

Lord Mayor dances with the Lebialem women

Finalist of the various competitions which involved dancing and singing performed at the grand stand to the admiration of top administration and other onlookers .

Nigerian Women performing their traditional dance

In this festive mood, one of the celebrants was moved,as  she  boldly moved out of the crowd to stage a popular sound from the famous artist Nguea Laroute (mama Nguea). The women could not conceal their excitement as they all moved to cheer and support their mate.

Thrilling performance by a celebrant staging ” Mama Nguea”.

The screams of the crowd could not be avoided, when the various groups performed, and the cheering exploded at the point when the Zangalawa group came in. Dressed in Military uniforms, with painted faces as real soldiers going to war, and holding plantain stems as their guns, the women matched into the field and danced to the excitement of all who answered present.

Zangalawa women make their way into the field.

The women of Meme, like their counterparts all over the world and Cameroon in particular, had a swell time celebrating the  26th edition of the International Women’s Day, advocating for equality and decent education for the girl child.

Kumba 1 Council Women Celebrate Women's Day in a grand style.

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“ EH WOMAN EH “ !

This is the slogan that could be heard since the beginning of March.  Women of all works of life, and groups varying from church to social and traditional groups Monday march 7th assembled at the conference hall of the Kumba City Council. There was  a seminar to discuss on issues which involved women, and steps taken by the government to ensure equal progress for  both men and women. Celebrating under the theme: Equal asses to Education, Training, Science and Technology, a path way for a decent work for women.”This is  the 26th edition of the International women’s day celebration in Cameroon, aimed at fighting against the violence meted against women. What matters is the quality of a child and not the sex. And this can only be attained depending on the kind of education they acquire.

Divisional Delegate of Agriculture.

The Delegate of  the women’s empowerment centre, madam Dorothy Eta said women need to be involved in top administrative positions. She also said the women’s centre is in charge of empowering women morally socially politically and economically to ensure they have skills like the men.

On her part, Madam Theresa Egbe , Guidance Counselor of  CCAS Kumba said children need to be guided from the beginning to know what they would like to become in the Future. Since the beginning is the base and what guides a child  and helps her to build a solid foundation.

Presbyterian Women, during seminar

During the seminar,  there was a talk on the causes and effects of cervical cancer. Women were  enlighten on how to   prevent this disease, and  were also advised to go in for the sreening and know their status . This is due to the fact that  a person could be suferring from the illness without knowing since it takes years before the symptoms are visible.

Catholic Women

The ceremony was not void of entertainment, as the women sang and danced,  expressing their joy and pride of being women.

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“COOK FOR ME”

“COOK FOR ME” The women on top tell their husbands to cook for them on International Women’s day .
It is like a reversal of curses, men in the kitchen and women in the parlor, with crossed legs and broad news paper in hand. Or better still women go out to demonstrate a full day of autonomy from men’s 366day domination since the inception of the world. Just what does the women’s day seek to achieve with popular sayings like “What a man can do a woman can do it even better.” Most women in K-Town has taken it as a sing-song.

Imagine the Lord Mayor, S.D.O, Delegates,  D.O’s and other dignitaries in the kitchen on the 8th of March, pounding Fufu, and mixing Eru. What happens to the measurement of salt, oil or the cray fish (njanga)? in other words the whole recipe? Men will cook with big ledgers of recipe in the hands making “Carte-touche” even in stirring the sauce.

What is the conception of most women in K-Town of 8th March every year for 26years now? Is it the occasional idea of women taking the place of men? We will find out on the 8th of March 2011.

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