Governor Adolph Lele L’Afrique has been celebrated for his sportmanship and social development strides in the region. He was officially named the "best man" of the region by PWD club president Pascal Abunde, Regional Assembly president, Professor Fru Angwafo III and North west FECAFOOT president, Mbigha Njah Felix.
This was during the home coming celebration of the Champions of the Cameroon Cup PWD Bamenda at Commercial Avenue Bamenda on Thursday 17th March 2022.
Governor Adolph Lele was adorned in the grassfield traditional regalia commonly called "Toghu". He was equally handed a "souvenir" Toghu ball that was used during AFCON 2021 competitions in Cameroon. He was bestowed this title of 'best man' of the Region, given his diverse successful achievements and contributions in sports and other development activities in the region.
The president of PWD Bamenda Pascal Abunde, in his appreciation remark narrated how, the Governor committedly did all it takes to ensure the team prepared very well for the success they brought back home.
The Governor expressed gratitude with such a move and said the 'toghu' ball serves as a great memory for him and will further serve as a reminder for him to work for more development in the region.
He equally took the opportunity to reassure the population of the North We West Region that, a befitting stadium would soon be constructed in Bamenda.
"After the Cup of Cameroon finals, the Prime Minister invited me for a meeting where we discussed not only the issue of the stadium but the issue of the road too..." Governor Lele disclosed.
The home coming of PWD Bamenda with the trophy on March 17, also marked the 10th anniversary of Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique as Governor of the North West Region. While celebrating his 10 years at the helm of the Region, it is worth noting that, Governor Lele has won 2 finals of the Cameroonian Cup with uncountable sport successes and consolidation of social development. He won the Cup of Cameroon in 2013 with Young Sport Academy and then, the 2021 with PWD Bamenda.