NW Communication Delegate Honored At Unity Day Celebration, Receives Medal Of Merit

NW Governor, Adolphe Lele Lafrique Decorating NW Regional Communication Boss, Njike Celestine 

By Raymond Dingana 

On Monday, May 20, 2024, the Regional Delegate of Communication for the North West, Njike CĂ©lestine Atadebe, was decorated with the Cameroon Order of Merit medal. The ceremony took place at the Bamenda Commercial Avenue Grand Stand, presided over by the North West Governor, H.E. Lele l'Afrique, representing the President of the Republic of Cameroon.

In his remarks to the press, the Regional Delegate expressed gratitude for this recognition of his 14 years of dedicated service to the State of Cameroon. He viewed the medal as a strong signal from the government to continue working hard. 

"It is a very strong signal by the State; incarnated by the President of the Republic telling me, continue working harder and harder, i am seeing you,"

 said Njike Celestine.

Njike Celestine's public service career includes 4 years at the central Ministry of Communication, 7 years as a regional service head in the South West, and the past 3 years as the North West Regional Delegate of Communication.

Decorated NW Regional Delegate Of Communication, Njike Celestine 

Alongside Njike, 84 other individuals were decorated, including military and academic leaders such as General Housseini Djibo, Commander of the Fifth Gendarmerie Region, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Bamenda, Prof Theresia Akenji Nkwo, and senior military officers.

The event in Bamenda was part of National Day celebrations across Cameroon, held under the theme "Army and the Nation, Together Under a United, Peaceful and Prosperous Cameroon." 

The festivities featured a military parade, a civilian march.


Photo Credit: MINCOM  Regional Delegation, NW Facebook Page, and Sama Wesley 


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