Buea might not be easily recognizable in the months ahead. The recent infrastructure that now embellish the place, are such to marvel at.
The new council building welcomes new-comers to Buea, with its beautiful glass adornments. Its top seemingly touches the sky, reminiscent of the fact that the sky might be the only limit for the place Buea.
The renovated Mountain Hotel is another site to behold. Apart from its beautiful entrance, the over 40 rooms and suites of the hotel have been reworked, to accommodate the visitors to Buea, during the upcoming celebrations of Cameroon’s Reunification Golden Jubilee.
Close to the Mountain Hotel is the Parliamentary Flat, another glassy and sparkling site that will equally serve the 50th anniversary of Cameroon’s reunification celebrations in Buea. It surely will host the numerous dignitaries and visitors that will flank Buea, sometime this year.
The new Cameroon Government Certificate of Education (GCE) board building is another site to marvel at. The new structure, it is said, is now befitting of the main Cameroon secondary education examinations setter, the GCE board.
Amongst this new infrastructure is the new grand stand that is to host the Golden jubilee celebrations of Cameroon’s Reunification in Buea. the large tribune, is evocative of the significance of the celebrations, that draw root on October 1, 1961, when President Ahmadou Ahidjo, and John Ngu Foncha both put in their signatures, to reunify Cameroon. This was at the Mt. Hotel in Buea.
The student residential area of Molyko is equally swept with this new look in Buea. Upcoming hostels, especially those around the streets, are beautifully constructed, and even those formerly tattered looking, have been renovated. The Eta Palace Hotel is one that adds a touch of glamour to Molyko and Buea at large, especially by night.
Exiting Buea, the Mile 17 Motor Park tells a lot of its own. Playing host to most relaxation spots in Buea, the park, always bustling in the day with several travelers to and from Buea, equally bustles at night, with the loud speakers and music that emanates from the relaxation spots. Buea indeed, is a Place to Behold.