YOUR LOCAL COUNCIL

EXCELLENCE AND PROSPERITY

ANNUAL HOLIDAY JOBS MAYORS

Since 2013, the Kumba II council has taken the commitment to oer holiday jobs to students in the municipality. The recruitment have always been done in a transparent manner. Students employed are always charged to keep clean the main streets.

At the end of the one month exercise, the students earn FCFA 25000. This has been to help reduce the burden on parents and ease students’ return to school. This annual council activity keeps the youths busy during the long holiday. In three years, over 300 students have benefited from this scheme.

The council is looking forward to create a football team for Kumba II municipality. Negotiations have also started to get the powers that be accelerate investments on the Kumba II municipal stadium project.

PERSONS LIVING WITH DISABILITIES

Persons living with Disabilities have in over three years of the Council’s Social Development plan received enormous material and financial support.

Besides supporting PLWD to regroup under a common platform, the Council has been at the fore front of tracing and empowering them. Virginie Toko president of PLWD Kumba II said the council has offered support to people in this group. Though the president argues that most of the financial support needs to be stepped up, she appreciates the council for her interest.

Currently studying for a first Degree at the Saint Monica University, the PLWD president said the council contributed in reintegrating her into the academic setting.

DEVELOPMENT ZONES

At the dawn of the current council mandate in 2013, the Executive of the Kumba II council nursed the notion of Development zones. The goal was to drum communal participation in local Development.

According to the mayor Martin Forcha Ndobegang, such was the first of dreams he wanted to achieve during the current mandate. The mayor says he dreamed of a council area where the people would freely name their needs to the executive and also contribute through
communal development initiatives.

In the mayor’s own words, it’s all about ”the bottom top approach to development and not the top bottom approach”.

OUR HISTORY.

The Kumba II Sub-Divisional Council was created by the presidential Decree No. 2007/115 of 23rd April 2007 with head Quarter in Fiango. This Sub-Division is bounded to the north by Konye sub-Division, to the west and South by Kumba I Sub-Division (Kumba Town), and to the east by Kumba III sub-Division (Mabanda) .

The territorial boundaries of the Sub-Division are the same boundaries for Municipal Council. This Sub-Division has thirteen (13) Quarters. At the head of each quarter is a quarter head also known as ‘‘Nkume’’. The Sub-Division is headed by the Divisional Officer while the head of the Municipal Council is the Mayor.

The Kumba II Sub-Divisional Council has a population of over three hundred thousand (300,000) inhabitants and a surface area of about 115sqkm. This cosmopolitan population is made up of the Bamilekes, north westerners Manyu, Kupe Muanenguba, Lebialem and others. The main economic activities of the population is farming and petty trading. The flat topography of this Sub-Division,together with it sandy soil makes it quite friendly to human habituation. The flat and fertile lands stretch over the whole Sub-Division with negligible patches of marshy lands around the kosala area. The climate is very conducive with sufficient rain fall and sun shine throughout the year

CITIZEN TALK

A WIDE RANGE OF SKILLS

WORKING TOGETHER

After our return to the dead city I passed several days in comparative idleness. On the day following our return all the warriors had ridden forth early in the morning and had not returned until just before darkness fell. As I later learned, they had been to the subterranean vaults in which the eggs were kept.

LIVING WITH DISABILITIES

Persons living with Disabilities have in over three years of the Council’s Social Development plan received enormous material and financial support.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The Executive of the Kumba II council nursed the notion of Development zones. The goal was to drum communal participation in local Development.

COMMERCIAL BIKES

This sector has contributed enormously in boosting the council’s revenue. With Kumba II municipality being solely a residential hotspot; most of the youths are employed in the Bike sector.

KOSALA MARKET

Our prayer was finally answered by FEICOM with the approval of a loan of FCFA 300 million for the construction of 100 stores in the Kosala Market.

HOLIDAY JOBS

This annual council activity keeps the youths busy during the long holiday. In three years, over 300 students have benefited from this scheme.

FOOTBALL TEAM

The council is looking forward to create a football team for Kumba II municipality.

PERFORMANCE TALK

ADMINISTRATIVE ACCOUNTS OF 2013 & 2016

 
2013 ACCOUNTS FCFA
 
2016 ACCOUNTS FCFA

MAYOR AND DEPUTIES

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    Mayor

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    2ND DEPUTY MAYOR

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