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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

While in Kondengui, Mebe Ngo'o has his son Appointed by Biya

The decrees of the President of the Republic of Monday, October 7 does not depart from the rule of the 37 years of rule. Ministers, Secretary Generals, Prefects and Sub-Prefects seem to combine the same rhetoric with the movement in the state apparatus.

Continuity is assured once again with the appointment of the children of ministers. These include Giles Christian Sadi, formerly Sous-Préfet of Kribi 2e, seaside town in the South Cameroon Region, appointed Secretary General of the Western Region. He is none other than the son of Minister René Emmanuel Sadi, current Minister of Communication and former Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralization (MINATD).

Deprived of liberty, Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo'o, imprisoned at Kondengui Central Prison in Yaoundé, shows that he maintains his relations at the top with the appointment of his son Jean-Philippe Ngo'o Mebe as Deputy Sub-Prefect of the District of Dibombari. Previously, the young authority promoted held the post of first deputy prefectural of Douala in the Littoral. Thus, the all-powerful Defense Minister can rejoice in his good relations, though cool behind bars.

Jean-Philippe Ngo'o Mebe is appointed Sub-Prefect of the District of Dibombari

Whatever may be done, it seems clear that the imprint of some of the pundits of the regime remains indelible on any movement in the administration. No offense to the jealous, the Head of State is sovereign in its decrees and decisions. Long live the coastal republic and relations from above!