At 37th Edition Of Women's Day, NW Governor Appeals To Diaspora

By Raymond Dingana 

Northwest Governor, Adolph Lele Lafrique has made a clarion call to Cameroonians living abroad to stop intoxicating the masses.

Lele Lafrique was speaking Tuesday March 8 2022 after chairing activities to mark the 37th edition of the International Women's Day.
I have appealing to those in the Diaspora to stop intoxicating the masses and be agents of peace where ever they are in order to give peace a chance,Lele said.
The governor also used the day to appeal to those who are still carrying guns in the bushes to come out and contribute to the development of the nation.

Northwest Governor Adolph Lele Lafrique At The Bamenda Commercial Avenue Grand Stand Celebrating Women's Day

Governor Lele added that the Head of State, President Paul Biya is committed in accompanying the women in ensuring that long lasting peace returns to the Northwest West region.

The 37th edition of the International Women's Day was celebrated with the theme: Equality Between Women and Men Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow.

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