24-Year Old Prince Ndive Ndavison Succeeds Dad As New Chief Of Mile 14, Dibanda

Chief Ndive takes over from his father Chief Ikome Ngalle who died in December 2020

Ndive is also a final year student of the University of Buea. He was installed on Friday in an occasion where thousands of villagers gathered to celebrate his rise to power

On Sunday 13 December 2020, Chief Ikome Emmanuel Ngalle and two other chiefs were abducted by armed separatists in Mile 14 Dibanda

Sadly, the two other chiefs who were taken hostage reported back home but the chief Ndive, 59, didn’t make it. He died in the forest under gunmen’s captivity

Prince Ndive Ndavison Ekome who succeeds his dad as chief is also a budding movie producer. Most recently he was a nominee in the ‘best executive producer’ category of the 2020 Red Feather Awards

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