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Jules Doret NDONGO : “We came, we saw, and we have to submit what we saw and some proposals”

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Jules Doret NDONGO : “We came, we saw, and we have to submit what we saw and some proposals”
Photo Credit : Boubakary Moussa

While leading the high delegation of some member of government in the northern region of Cameroon, YAOUBA ABDOULAYE a son and a personality of the same part of the country didn’t hesitate to qualified these regions as the most horrible in the republic. Even though this kind of apocalyptical statement is not expected to the mouth of a child of that part of the country, it is not far the truth.

Jules Dorret Ndongo, Minister Delegate to the Ministry of territorial administration and decentralization in charge of local authorities, one of the member delegations give to chateaunews.com some clearing up.

The mind of this operation of down on in the field was supposed to check the situation in the site. Is it doing that ?

I am in conveyance with the high instruction of the head of state. He sent 5 members delegate to the 3 region of the northern part of our country, made of the minister of water and energy Basile ATANGANA KOUNA; the minister delegate to the ministry of economy YAOUBA ABDOULAYE; the minister delegate to the ministry of agriculture and rural development ANANGA MESSINA; the minister of livestock, fisheries and animals industries TAIGA and myself. We started with Maroua, then we move to Garoua and now we are in Ngaoundéré. Drop away on the field

Our aims was to check the situation on the side and to compare between those information we have to receive by report and what it is really actually the situation on the field. Concerning agriculture product and the electrical energy, we have been witnessed some situation, we have collecting information and report we being submit to the head of state true the head of government .

What are your thoughts on the future of these regions?

We know that climate changing have the impact on agriculture and electrical energy. So when we have no rain, then it is difficult to the farmer’s producers and today we have seen that in the far north region and the North. It has been very difficult for farmers. So production is not what it has to be and we came, we saw and we have to submit what we saw and some of proposals.

By Boubakary Moussa

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