Cameroon/Decentralization: Bandjoun gets a municipal city of 672 million FCFA
The infrastructure was inaugurated on August 5 by the Minister of Decentralization and Local Development (Minddevel), Georges Elanga Obam.
The municipality of Pete-Bandjoun in the Khoung-Khi department, Western region, has its own municipal city. It was inaugurated by the Minddevel, Georges Elanga Obam. He was assisted by the mayor of the said town, Nicky Love Maptué Fotso, and the general managers of FEICOM and Crédit Foncier du Cameroun.
It is a complex consisting of 9 buildings on one level, and 2 buildings R + 3, for a total of 34 homes. The work is part of the Municipalities Construction Program (PCCM). It is part of an important communal real estate project carried by the late Mayor Victor Fotso, and financed to the tune of 672 000 000 FCFA.
For Augustin Tamba, national president of the Communes and Cities United of Cameroon (CVUC), "this initiative is in line with SND 30, which announces in particular in its point 200, the establishment of programs dedicated to the promotion of social housing throughout the territory.
Resulting from a partnership agreement signed in 2013 between FEICOM, Crédit Foncier du Cameroun (CFC) and CVUC, this project provides for the construction of 594 housing units in 24 pilot communes for the first phase to the tune of 10 billion CFA francs.