Nigerians In Bamenda Exhorted To Be Neutral, Law Abiding

Consul General, Bashir in blue, congratulating the New President, Prince Ituen in White, through a glamorous handshake at the Bamenda Congress Hall.

By Nsah Edwin,
Bamenda Bureau Chief.

Nigerians in Bamenda, Cameroon’s Northwest capital, have been entreated to be law abiding and to remain neutral in the wake of the ongoing Anglophone crisis.

The call was made recently, by the Nigerian Consul General to the North West and South West, H.E Ibrahim Bashir.

This was during the installation of the New President of the Nigerian Union in Bamenda Chapter, Prince Otobong Ituen at the Congress Hall.

In the course of the event, the Consul urged Nigerians residing the crisis hit North West, to be peaceful and neutral.

Mr Bashir Also revealed that the extortion of Nigerian business persons along the Bamenda-Ekok-Aba Highway is being looked into.

Constant dialogue is ongoing to curb the atrocities on the corridor, the Consul insisted.

Meanwhile, 46 year-old Prince Ituen, was tasked to be assiduous in the discharge of his duties; ensuring peace in the Nigerian Union under his care.

President Prince Otobong Ituen, 3rd from the right, pledged his loyalty to serve the Nigerian Union, Bamenda Chapter.

Reacting to his new office, the Prince said he was very much aware of the responsibility and added that uniting Nigerians in Bamenda was his preoccupation.

He equally appreciated hospitality of the Host country, Cameroon.

The occasion was graced with a cultural
display of Nigerian dances and the decoration of Consul Bashir with the ‘toghu’, a Northwest traditional regalia.

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