New SW MINJEC boss, Ekombe Mbua congratulated by NCBMC


The newly installed regional delegate for the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Civic Education, Isaac Ekombe Mbua has received a congratulatory letter from the National Commission for Bilingualism and Multiculturalism, NCBMC, following his recent appointment as Regional Delegate for MINJEC.

The message which was handed to the Youth affairs Regional Delegate during his installation ceremony at the Regional Delegation for MINJEC recently, reads “I am writing to congratulate you on your recent promotion to the position of South West Regional Delegate of Youth Affairs and Civic Education”,

“I know you have worked hard to reach this point and I am so happy that you have been recognized for your accomplishment with this new assignment. It is well-deserved. Once more congratulations.” Peter Mafany Musonge articulated.

He further expressed his desire to accompany the young, energetic and dynamic Regional Delegate in the task assigned to him by the state.

Newly installed MINJEC Regional,
Isacc Ekombe Mbua

During the installation ceremony in Buea, the Secretary General at the SW Governor’s office Gilbert Acha Nkweti representing the South West Governor, described the promotion of Isaac Ekombe Mbua as one of the best examples that the state rewards hard work.

He called on Isaac Ekombe Mbua to remain steadfast and leave no stone unturned to ensure that there is full implementation on the policy of the Head of State towards the empowerment of South West youths.

Acha Gilbert challenged him to use his office to bring the youths of the South West Region together,to be as ambassador of peace to other youths who have decided to take arms against the state to come out of the forest and contribute their own quota towards the development of their fatherland.

It is worth noting that, Isaac Ekombe Mbua is a holder of Diploma of Senior Youth and Action Counselor from the National Institute of Youths and Sports (CENAJES)  and has served as Divisional Delegate for Fako for over two decades.

Reacting to his appointment, the Regional Delegate for MINJEC,Issac Ekombe Mbua said; I will continue to ensure that all the youths benefit from the government’s three years economic empowerment program.

After serving as Divisional Delegate for Fako, he thinks he has enough experience to be able do better at the Regional level. He thanked the government and his minister for the confidence bestowed on him and promised to do his best.

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