From Noela Ebob Bisong in Limbe
The new boss of the Limbe Central Police Station has been tasked to uphold the ethics of the police corps to ensure peace and tranquility and protect those in the city. Nyebe Simon Jean Pierre took command, Monday, March 5, 2021, during a ceremony chaired by the South West Regional Delegate for National Security, Dinga Jean Marie.
Superintendent of Police, Nyebe Simon Jean Pierre, replaces Superintendent Ndo Martial Aristide, now Superintendent of Police for Douala III Central Police Station in Bonaberi. Dinga Jean Marie, while installing the new Limbe Central Police boss, reminded him of the security challenges of the region, urging him to add efforts to bury the ghost town syndrome as well as battle terrorists in the region.
Equally, he was urged to ensure the absolute protection of the people of Limbe and their properties; work closely with the people to make his actions on the ground effective as well as to avoid unnecessary abuse of power. Nyebe was also advised to fully collaborate with all active forces in the city to make his mission successful. Speaking of the outgoing Superintendent, Ndo Martial Aristide, the Regional Delegate noted that his over seven years in Limbe, during which “he rendered loyal services, earned him the confidence of the hierarchy”, he said, wishing him well in his new area of command.
Speaking shortly after the ceremony, the new Superintendent, Nyebe, told the press that: “I want to thank God and my hierarchy who sent me to work in Limbe, hand in hand with my brothers and sisters here. I have come to mobilise the troops here; we have to ensure the security of people and their property”.
“Limbe is a strategic town…the AFCON will be played here, so we need to make Limbe a place to be in line with the success of the event. I therefore call on all my brothers and sisters of Limbe to come because the Central Police station of Limbe is open to everyone…we need to work together to achieve our objectives,” he added.
The Man, Nyebe Simon Jean Pierre
Nyebe Simon Jean Pierre, born in 1974 in the Centre region of Cameroon holds a degree in Private Law and Criminal Science. He gained admission into the Mutengene Police College as a Cadet Police Inspector in 1998 and in 2000, he became a Police Inspector. The following year, he gained admission into the National Police College in Yaounde as a Cadet Superintendant of Police.
He has served in several capacities in the Police force since then and prior to his appointment as Limbe Central Police Commissioner, he was head of the Continuous Training Department at the training headquarters of the General Delegation for National Security, a position he held since 2014. He is married and a father of four.
His appointment follows a March 18, 2021, presidential decree appointing officials in the Central and External service of the General Delegation for National Security.