Misaje is one of several villages in Cameroon’s North West and South West regions currently experiencing the deadly Anglophone conflict that has left thousands dead.
Found in the Donga Mantung division, it has had it’s fair share of the war that has left children out of school for several months.
As campaigns for the February 9 twin elections reach their peak, politicians and militants of different parties have been putting in their best to woo voters on their sides.
Nkiwa kingsley, CPDM politician in Misaje, Donga Mantung division of the North West region has promised to undertake more developmental projects if voted in Sunday’s elections.
Highlighting some aspects already improved upon in the Misaje sub division, Nkiwa Kingsley notes that the area has three high schools, five secondary shools, two technical schools, a tele centre, and a women empowerment centre.
Presenting some tarred roads in the area, the politician also promises to provide “many farm to market roads, the construction of the road from Babungo, Oku, Noni, Mesaje to Bisola in Nigeria”.
The elections will take place on Sunday February 9.