Paul Efome takes the helm of the council after being elected with 57 votes out of 73; that was last Friday.
The city council of Limbe has a new Mayor. Paul Efome Lisombe Mbole was chosen by councilors of Limbe I, II and III sub divisional councils. It was during an election organised last Friday at an extraordinary session of the Limbe city council.
During the elections, four candidates were competing for the post of Limbe city mayor. They were Osacar Quan, Karen Tanga, Chief Ndive Woka Ngale I and Paul Efome Lisombe Mbole Ngale.
Only 71 councillors answered present out of 73. Amidst them, 57 gave their voices in favour of Paul Efome while 16 others were null votes.
The event was presided by the Fako division Senior Divisional officer, Engamba Emmanuel Ledoux. It also saw the presence of representatives of the Cameroon People Democratic Movement, CPDM on behalf of the party’s central committee team for the elections.
They were led by Prof Jacques Fame Ndongo, Prof Paul Celestin Ndembiyembe, Honourable Malomba Essembe and Mbua Isaac Embola.
By this victory, Paul Efome takes over Andrew Monjimba who died on January 5, 2022.
The new city council mayor of Limbe is alongside Secretary general of Cameroon National Youth Council, Fako division president of the same movement and Treasurer of CPDM 1B.
Paul Efome who is besides president of Fako electronics technicians union is currently completing his Master’s degree in Political science at the University of Buea.