141 victims of the Bafoussam landslide have received relief from the Head of State Paul Biya as part of gestures that will enable them relocate to the new site made available at their disposal.
The humanitarian aid comprises food items like soap, bags of rice, oil, sheets, toiletries and other basic necessities.
They were handed over to the Gouatchie landslide victims today in Bafoussam, in a ceremony chaired by Territorial Administration Minister Paul Atanga Nji, representative of the Head of State.
Grateful for the gesture, the victims thanked the Head of State for coming to their aid in such difficult moments.
This is not the first humanitarian gesture from the Head of State to the Gouatchie landslide victims.
Some days after the occurrence of the disaster which killed 43, injured 11 and destroyed 13 houses, President Paul Biya announced the disbursement of 200 Million frs to help the victims bury their dead and relocate to new sites.