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The recent August 21 landslide Mbo villages have been estimated to cause hunger, hardship, depression soon. Not only are victims unable to feed well as at now, but some also do not have shelter. Also, the village roads are blocked and some do not have access to their farmlands. How Naguti Area Synergies responded to the August 21 landslide The Nguti area synergies (NAS) association has sent 3 envelopes to the 3 affected areas of the recent August 21 landslide. The natural disaster which took place in Lower Mbo, Mbetta and upper Nkongho happened on August 21 2020. Unfortunately, 4 lives were lost. The relief funds have been handed to 3 representatives of the hit villages by Honourable Julius Fonge, Member of Parliament for kupe Muanenguba who is also a member of NAS.  The funds are a token from the association bringing Nguti sons and daughters together to help those…

Under the umbrella of the Nguti Area Synergies (NAS), elites from Nguti subdivision have met, Saturday, August 22, 2020, in Douala for the third constituent constitutional meeting. NAS is an association that is geared towards the economic development of Nguti subdivision. The state of Nguti subdivision as of Now Nguti subdivision is made up of 9 clans, 4 ethnic groups and 54 villages. Statistics from 2016 by Rainforest Foundation UK, shows that Nguti subdivision has a population of 20,060. Though amongst the oldest subdivisions in Cameroon (1967), it remains the poorest and underdeveloped in the country. A total of 71 Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools to serve the schooling population (20 Nursery schools, 41 primary and 10 secondary schools). Also, only 9 Health Centres exist in Nguti subdivision. Moreover, roads have been a major problem. The tarred Kumba-Mamfe road in the area does not extend to the hinterlands. The poorly…