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The road network within the municipality is such that, all the villages are at least connected to the district and to neighboring villages even though in most of the cases, these roads are very bad, making the transportation of goods very difficult. Footpaths are also very predominant and trekking is the order of the day with most of the villagers involved in head-load transportation of goods.

There are two travelling agencies in Ndu Town, which facilitate transportation to and from the main towns of Bamenda and Kumbo. This is thanks to the fact that, a great proportion of the North West ring road cuts across the municipality. Some clandestine vehicles also operate together with motorbikes acting as cabs.

However, the cost of transportation remains high and distribution of goods costly. Due to transportation problems, surplus food produced often gets spoilt in the hinterland, as many farmers are unable to carry their produce to the market in Ndu Town. 

Because of transportation problems, many farmers are unmotivated to produce what they cannot sell or sell for too little income. The result is low output in agriculture, which inadvertently limits the scope for expansion of some farms.

  • Agricultural products sold: Maize, Beans, Potatoes, Coffee, Oil palm, Plantains and Yams
  • Livestock animals include: Cattle, sheep, goats and pigs
  • Trading and vocational institutions: Seam stressing, Wholesales, Provision stores, Restoration, Sales of clothes and general foodstuffs.

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

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