Andrew Monjimba Motanga, Mayor of Limbe (Fako Division) in the South-West region, died on Wednesday January 5, 2021 in Douala
The Town Hall of the city of Limbe in the South-West region is orphaned by his boss. Andrew Monjimba Motanga died yesterday after a long illness.
The mayor of the city of Limbe was 62 years old, and was a delegate of the government of the same city, from 2009 to 2020. During the legislative elections of February 9, 2020, he was elected at the head of theLimbe’s city municipality.
Among the six groups formed for this second CAN with 24 teams, Limbe / Buea is home to group F where Tunisia, Mali, Mauritania and Gambia are housed.
The politician will not have had the chance to suck the Can that he has peeled well on his territory because Limbe is ready to host the 33rd edition of the African Cup of Nations (Can) which runs from January 9 to February 6, 2022.
At this time, the funeral schedule is not known but it may be set the day after the Continental High Mass which opens next Sunday.