Hon Malomba Esembe Wins Most Dynamic, People-Friendly MP Award

 

Influential Member of Parliament, MP, of the  Buea Urban Constituency, Hon Malomba Esembe Donald, has won a distinguished  award   for being the  best lawmaker  in the discharge  of his duties.

Hon Malomba’s recognition is one of the highpoints of the 18th edition of  The Guardian Post  Achievement Award.  Hon Malomba through the  millions  of readers  of  The  Guardian Post  daily  newspaper won the  Most Dynamic and People-friendly MP of the year 2020 award.

He  was handed the award April  9 .This  was during a ceremony staged  at the  Yaounde  City  Council.

The publisher of The Guardian Post daily newspaper, Ngah  Christian  Kristian noted that  readers  of the  newspaper  voted  Hon Malomba  in recognition of his contribution in developing his community and nation building.

The young MP who doubles as President of the Parliamentary Network On Road Safety, flanked by close friends and family members, received the award and thanked God for the gift of strength to seflessly serve his people at all times despite numerous challenges.

He dedicated the award to the peace loving people of the Buea Urban Constituency and beyond.

 

Hon Malomba in action

Recently, following the recurrent road accidents across the country, the Hon Malomba-led network organised a historic special plenary sitting aimed at reviewing the causes and possible remedies to curb road accidents. On the worrisome situation  of  road  accidents,  Hon  Malomba decried  human  loses  through road accidents.

“I  stand  here  as a  35-year old  Cameroonian  who  is  frightened  by  the  official  statistics  of  the Ministry  of  Transport  according  to  which road  accidents  are  the  first  cause  of  mortality  of  young  Cameroonian  school  going age:  less  than  25-years-old  and  that  if urgent  and  decisive  actions  are  not  taking by  2030  road  accidents  will  be  the  major cause  of    the  death  of  Cameroonians  aged less  than  35,” the MP told  members  of government and his peers  during that special session. He   underscored  that:”It  is  therefore  evident  that  road  accidents  with  their  enormous  negative  financial,  economic,  health and  social  consequences  portend  a  serious obstacle  to  the  2035  emergence  vision  of our  country  as  defined  by  the  Head  of State,  His  Excellency  President  Paul BIYA.    It  is  for  this  reason  that  action  is urgent,  concerted  action  is  needed  now”. The  Parliamentary  Network  On  Road Safety  has  in  the  recent  months  organised series  of  activities  across  the  country  to educate  and  sensitize  road  users  on  the dangers  of  over  speeding,  drunk  driving, and  so  on.  The  Dschang  and  Ndikinimiki accident  sites  of  December  last  year  and January  this  year  moved  the  network’s president  to  these  scenes  to  frown  at wrong  usage  of  the  highway.

Few weeks ago, Hon Malomba championed a campaign in Buea to keep some strategic junctions clean. Hundreds of young people joined the vibrant MP to wage a fierce war against climate change and it’s adverse effects on society.

The MP has been instrumental in the quest to restore peace in the North West and South West Regions of the country. Education and youth empowerment have not escaped his trappings as his humble and patriotic side have made young aspiring businessmen and women in his constituency more inspired.

He contributed significantly in the fight against COVID-19 in Fako division.

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