Kumba Women Empowerment Centre Gets New Director
Story, Prince Oben
The Women Empowerment Centre in Kumba, Meme division, South West region now has a new Director. She is Mesoe Epie.
Mesoe was installed into her functions Tuesday November 17. This was during a ceremony at the said centre. The Senior Divisional Officer, SDO for Meme represented by the Second Assistant, Hermia Njonje conducted the installation ritual.
Njonje called on Mesoe to ensure that trainees of the centre acquire the necessary skills in order to make the society a better and conducive.
The event comes after the appointment of Mesoe Epie by the Minister of Women’s Empowerment and the Family, Professor Marie Theresse Abena Ondoua.
Mesoe replaces her Predecessor who spent less than three months at the helm of the centre. While congratulating the new Director, the assistant SDO called on her to make the Centre better place than she met it.
The administrator called on the entire staff and the public to fully collaborate with her in the discharge of her duties. To the outgoing Director, the representative of the State expressed gratitude for the services rendered during her short stay at the Centre.
The outgone Director, Ndemah Beh Geraldine took time to enumerate some of the challenges awaiting her successor but sounded confident she is up to the task given her rich educational and professional experience.
The highly attended event witnessed the presence of administrative and municipal authorities as well as ex-students of Okoyong Past Students Association, OPSANS , Mesoe’s alma mater as well as other social groups that presented her with gifts.
She was previously working at Eyumojock in Manyu division of the South West region before her appointment. She becomes the second OPSANS to be at helm of the kumba Women’s Empowerment and the Family Centre after Madam Dorothy Etah, who went on retirement some years back.
Mesoe’s coming to the Centre as Director is expected to bring fresh impetus in the services offered at the Centre.