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Friday, June 29, 2018

Anglophone Emergency Plan: Sum Of 10 Million FCFA Donates By Jean-pierre Amougou Belinga, The Director Of The Anecdote Group

CIN| The coordinator of the regional fundraising commission, Magloire Mbarga Atangana, who is also Minister of Commerce, made sure that the transactions were carried out in a transparent manner. In fact, reports Cameroon Tribune on Friday, June 29, 2018, the funds were immediately handed to Francis Lin Matthieu, treasurer general payer of Yaoundé and treasurer of this commission.

He collected a total of 141,896. 600 FCFA in cash, 7.2 million FCFA in checks and 3.6 million FCFA of promise. For a total of 152,696 million FCFA. This money will be transferred to an account open to the Treasury and a receipt issued by the GPT to attest.

It should be noted that in the Central Region, the amounts to be paid are classified according to the categories. From 2 million FCFA for the members of the government to 50 000 FCFA for the other contributors, executives of administration.

During this first collection, the most important came from the businessman Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga, director of the group Anecdote. The latter contributed up to 10 million FCFA in cash, while the most modest, amounting to 2,500 FCFA, came from Charles Fampou, a veteran.

The money collected is destined for the emergency humanitarian assistance plan estimated at CFAF 12.7 billion, which will make it possible to rebuild the destroyed infrastructures in the North-West and South-West regions, and to help bring back IDPs and refugees.