The Divisional Officer wants to put an end to the excesses observed in this sector of activity, and invites drivers of two-wheeled vehicles to get in order before the start of the impending punch operation.
Daily life will not be very good for those on taximen motorcycles operating illegally. It turns out that Emmanuel Djikdent, the Divisional Officer of the Mfoundi Division, has initiated an operation aimed at cleaning up their sector of activities. He talks about it in the columns of our colleague Réalité Plus, his edition published this Wednesday, September 29, 2021.
“Mototaximen are cited in car fires, crimes, assaults, consumption of hemp, they carry knives. In a hazy environment where nothing is clear. I called everyone to call the end of the mess. Never again in Mfoundi, there is not a Republic called Benskin in Yaoundé. Order must reign and everything must be in order! “Said the administrative authority.
He also indicates that after the awareness phase, which clearly has not borne fruit, the time has come to take action, and in a vehement manner. “For having raised too much awareness believing that it was going to change. This cacophony is over. Take a tour of Yaoundé, no mototaxi are neither registered nor painted, the driver unidentifiable without an ID, the mototaxis themselves without paper. The awareness raising is over, we move on to cleaning up the sector, ”assures the Divisional Officer of Mfoundi. The civil administrator also invites drivers of two-wheeled vehicles to approach the town halls in their area of practice to regularize their status, in accordance with the legislation in force.
The emergency of the African Nations Cup in January and February, will accelerate this very imminent sanitation campaign. “In going down to the streets I won’t announce myself. Everyone should be ready and respect the site where the town hall has placed it, ”warns the land chief.