Ndop: Catholic Church Junction and West-End is now linked by a motorable road.

Ndop: Catholic Church Junction and West-End is now linked by a motorable road thanks to the construction of a bridge worth over 800.000FCFA. The construction of the bridge is the initiative of Pa Lima Thomas, a native of Bamunka village though resident in a different quarter.

Pa Lima Thomas

Pa Lima Thomas

The construction was possible thanks to the contribution from elites, and self reliance development initiatives of the quarter inhabitants. Speaking to ngoketunjiaonline, Pa Lima Thomas revealed that he was inspired when a woman fell from the bridge, drowned and died in 2013. Speaking on Stone FM Radio, The divisional delegate of Agriculture and Rural Development for Ngoketunjia, Shei Wissiy Fabian revealed that well over 800.000FCFA was used to construct the bridge and only about 700.000FCFA was raised through contributions and free will donations “We received 763.000FCFA but spent 802.000FCFA thus having a negative balance”, He also said “this is an indication of the fact that the community can do allot to contribute to the development of their community before looking up to the Government for better days”.

Assistant Divisional Officer for Ndop Central Sub Division Inaugurating the new constructed bridge

Assistant Divisional Officer for Ndop Central Sub Division Inaugurating the new constructed bridge

Thanks to Pa Lima Thomas and the support of a whole lot of others. It is now possible to pass from Catholic Church Junction to West End without any fear

Thanks to Pa Lima Thomas and the support of a whole lot of others. It is now possible to pass from Catholic Church Junction to West End without any fear

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