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No, being allowed to hold a celebration could not be used as a pretext to occupy public roads for days

No, being allowed to hold a celebration could not be used as a pretext to occupy public roads for days

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Paru le vendredi, 27 avril 2018 14:45

The residents who do this claim that they have been authorized to hold celebrations in the public space.

Sometimes, Cameroonians block public roads for days or for a weekend to organize a meeting, funerals or family celebration because they have been authorized to hold those celebrations. However, this is illegal and to stop this, Gilbert Tsimi Evouna, government’s delegate to Yaoundé urban community published a note on April 16, 2018.  

In the note, he reminds that the permits to hold celebrations could not constitute a pretext to occupy public roads for days and disrupt the traffic. He, therefore, warns that any citizen who does so will be punished according to the law in force.

He concluded saying that he was counting on the citizenship of every resident to respect that measure. Let’s hope that they listen…

S.A

Dernière modification le vendredi, 27 avril 2018 14:51

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