Bamenda III Council was created in 2007 by Presidential Decree. No. 2007/117 of 24th April 2007
Bamenda 111 Municipality
The population of Bamenda III municipality is largely cosmopolitan made up of indigenous Nkwen and Ndzah people, migrants from all over the North West and West Regions, other regions of Cameroon and Nigerians.
The total surface area of Bamenda is 22.9 Km2 hectares and its estimated population stands at 105.244 (according to projection by CAMGIS in Minimum Urban Local Development Scheme (SMAUL) February 2008).
Bamenda III Council at it again, breaking National borders and gaining grounds at the International Scene with the Signing of a Win Win Cooperation Agreement between Bamenda III Municipality represented by Mayor Fongu
The Bamenda III Council water team has been at work expanding and optimizing the purified water scheme. Our heartfelt gratitude goes to the German engineers who in the midst of all odds came to work and train the staff in the
The Ministry of Urban Development and Housing in Partnership with the Bamenda III Council organized a Training program of 75 youths on the production and laying of concrete paving bricks in the Municipality.
Bamenda III Council in partnership with the Association of Competences for better life (ASCOVIME) headed by DR Bwelle George surgeon at the Yaoundé Central Hospital is organising a health campaign, with the aim of providing free and specialised health care to the poor and needy populations of Bamenda. This is going to take place on […]