Monday, December 11, 2017

Cameroon: Before flying to France, Paul Biya dismissed the Director General and Deputy Director General of the CSPH who were fighting over control of this company.


The President of the Republic signed this Monday, December 11, 2017, a decree which appoints Okie Johnson Ndoh, Director General of the Stabilization Fund of hydrocarbons prices. This native of the South West Region, Inspector of State and former Director of General Affairs at the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reform replaces his "brother" of Southwest Elung Paul Ché who held this position since April 2013 .


The second presidential decree names Manzoua Véronique, Widow Moampea, Deputy Director General to replace Emmanuel Alam.


The CSPH staff hopes that these two presidential decrees will come to end the leadership conflict that has installed a deleterious atmosphere in the leadership since Elung Paul Chee was appointed in the last government of October 2015 as Minister Delegate to the Minister of Finances. According to sources, the two officials sacked Monday by the Head of State, often gave a show in the premises of the CSPH about the management of this company which has for tutelage, the Ministry of Commerce holds Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana.