Mr Njoya Alpha, ngoketunjiaonline columnist labels Hon. Njingum Musa the kind of grassroots MP capable of leading his people. As a columnist on ngoketunjiaonline, Mr. Njoya Alpha provides free thinkers opinion on issues taking place within Ngoketunjia Division.
Writing, Mr. Njoya Alpha believes Hon. Njingum Musa is a politician who knows what the youths of his constituency and division needs to be united. According to the passionate football lover, the member of parliament who doubles as a “Questor” in the national assembly of Cameroon has proven beyond reasonable doubts that unity for all, whether indigenes or not is the best for Cameroon’s emergency and describes the MP as one who knows no boundary in his quest for peace and love among Ngoketunjia sons and daughters.
“We are just very elated and happy to have such a dynamic MP from Ngoketunjia North who knows no boundary as an MP because I remember that he has proven beyond reasonable doubt that Unity of all whether indigenes or otherwise is the best for Cameroon”. Mr. Njoya Alpha.
Comparatively, the football pundit thinks Hon. Njingum cannot be compared to any politician within his ranks and beliefs he stands in a class of his own. To him, looking at other divisions in the northwest region for example, none of Hon. Njingum’s activities is being carried out elsewhere.
“Comparatively u have been to Menchum; can you tell me if for your stay there u have seen this kind of workaholic MP!!!”
“Come to think of it, organising a competition of this magnitude in football and handball goes a long way to demonstrate that Hon Njingum is truly the kind of grassroots MP who can march his people forward” Mr. Njoya Alpha.
While hoping that this competition will generate the necessary intensity, ngoketunjiaonline columnist hopes Hon. Njingum’s inter-village competition paves the way for new talents to be harvested and a team registered for the regional league with the hopes of having an elite two team in the division which will replace the lone elite two team which was relegated due to what he termed poor and bad faith management.
“We are going to dictate more budding talents in all the 13 villages in the Division and why not propose to Him to think of putting hands on deck to see that we harvest the talents of this Unity Cup and if possible register a regional team that can go ahead to replace our beloved Elite Two team that was relegated due to some kind of poor and of course bad faith management!!!!”. Mr. Njoya Alpha.
By Mbah Isofa
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