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Mayor Alahdji Abdou Kahfon Borno is committed to solving problems for town people across the town under his leadership.

Following a meeting held by councilors during a session on the 18th of February 2020,  Mayor Alahdji Abdou Kahfon Borno was elected Mayor  of Ndu town, together with his four deputies . This election came 9 days after his party (CPDM) won municipal elections. A very vibrant mayor, he has been doing everything in his power to change the living conditions of those in Ndu. A lot of development projects like road constructions, hospital maintenance, and even the education system is feeling his impact. 

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COUNCIL STAFF

The Ndu council has regular staff strength of 79 permanent and seasonal personnel. There are 37 permanent staff and 42 are temporal staff.  The staff is recruited to meet up with various tasks demanded by the council and depending on the available financial resources.  The senior members of the staff, i.e. the Secretary General and the Municipal Treasurer are appointed by a Ministerial Decree.

The classification of the Ndu Council staff ranges from category 3 to category 10 depending on the level of education as observed in table 4.  This classification is followed by the index depending on the longevity in service and advancement achieved.  This work force is predominantly made up of average skilled workers to meet the present needs in the council.  However with the decentralization process requiring the council to assume more responsibilities.

It is necessary to employ more qualified staff with technical knowledge in key domains like project elaboration, community animation and fund raising activities. The staff is predominantly male with 75.5%, while the female composition is only 24.5%.   The Ndu council has a mixture of both experienced and inexperienced staff which can enhance the growth of the Ndu council.   The average age of the permanent workers of the institution is established at 43.5years.  The distribution of the age is skewed to the right with the median and mode being 46years.  There is therefore the need to recruit more young and vibrant workers to be initiated into the activities of the council.

Given the human resources available in the council and with the task that lie ahead in implementation of community actions the LSO found that there is no department in the council to assist in their implementation.   It will therefore be absolutely necessary for the council to recruit; A senior staff (First Degree or Equivalent) in charge of follow-up community/ Local solutions and community animation should be recruited at the council.

LIST OF COUNCILORS

NAMES

  1. ALAHDJI ABDOU KAHFON BORNO
  2. NJETA KENNETH NSALAR
  3. NSAME EMMANUEL WIRDZENYUY
  4. MASSA ERNEST MASSA
  5. TANGIRI VICTORINE LARI
  6. TATA EMMANUEL BANTAR
  7. NFOR AUGUSTINE MANGEH
  8. JATO DANIEL NGI
  9. WAWA EPHRAIM TOMANG
  10. NGALA PAUL TANYU
  11. MURI KWALAR HELENA
  12. TAMFU MERCY NKOSH
  13. FAI OLIVER NDITARANFOR
  14. NSAME PASCAL NSAME
  15. NCHIDAP ELIZEBETH MULUI
  16. TATA BERNARD GIBIP
  17. SHEI WILLIAMS KANJO
  18. KESENG JOHANES MUPSAH
  19. NFORMI SAMBO
  20. ISIAKA YAKUBA GEBIP
  21. NGALA NYAKO FRANKLINE
  22. NGAMALA TANKO ADAMU
  23. BERKUYUY GILFORT CHIFU
  24. CHEWE MARTHA
  25. NGWANG CHARITY
  26. USMANU LAMU HAMADOU
  27. NFORMI BUBA
  28. NTARIKE ISA
  29. NJESHU GLADYS NJULAH
  30. TAMNGWA SAMUEL
  31. BANTAR SEIDOU
  32. AYONG GAMBO UMARU
  33. BOLAMI OLIDIA
  34. ERNEST NDZI
  35. BAAH GLADYS FONYUI
  36. BONGFEN VICTOR NDZI
  37. NGEH BENEUL NFOR
  38. YENTOH FLORENCE NDUDONG
  39. BINWI EMMANUEL NGALA
  40. FONDOCK ERNEST NGONGNENWI
  41. TALLA GODWIN NDZI

VILLAGES

  • NDU
  • NGARUM
  • MBANTASENG
  • NTUMBAW
  • TAKU
  • NGAR-BUH
  • TAKU
  • LUH
  • MBIPGO
  • KAKAR
  • MBAH
  • TAKU
  • NTABA
  • NDU
  • BOYAR
  • NJIMNKANG
  • SOP
  • KAKAR
  • NDU
  • NTUMBAW
  • TAKU
  • JIRT
  • MBIYEH
  • NSHI-O-DOH
  • MBOYAR-LUH
  • NTACHTI
  • NJILAH
  • NTISAW
  • NDU
  • MBOBYE
  • MBANDFUND
  • NTAMRU
  • TAKU
  • SEHN
  • NGARUM II
  • NJIRONG
  • NTUMBAW
  • NJIPKANG
  • SINNA
  • NSAM
  • KAKAR

Ndu Sub Division was created by presidential decree No. 93/322 of 25/11/1993.

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