Thursday, February 20, 2020

Fanaf presidency: Théophile Gérard Moulong worries

This February 20, 2020 in Libreville, Gabon, the Cameroonian Théophile Gérard Moulong, candidate declared for a few months in the election of the president of the Federation of insurance companies under African national law (Fanaf), withdrew from the race . "? I ask my supporters to vote overwhelmingly for César (Ekomié-Aféné). Should he be well elected? ”He said.

The withdrawal of the Cameroonian candidate for this election, which takes place within the framework of the 44th General Assembly of this organization, whose closing is scheduled for February 21, 2020 in the Gabonese capital, therefore opens the way to the plebiscite of the Gabonese César Ekomié-Aféné , director of Nsia Assurances companies in Gabon, Congo and Senegal. 

By withdrawing his candidacy, the Cameroonian candidate still wanted his compatriot Jacob Sindze to join the new office of Fanaf. "? I also ask all my supporters and César to vote for the Cameroonian candidate, Jacob Sindze. Not because he is Cameroonian, but because I would like the Cameroonian market (insurance, editor's note) to participate actively in the animation of our federation? ”, Declared Théophile Gérard Moulong.

At the origin of the withdrawal of the Cameroonian candidacy for the presidency of Fanaf, informed sources see a big offensive of the Nsia group for the Gabonese candidate, but especially the desire to assign the post to a national of another country of Central Africa, outside Cameroon. 

Indeed, a credible source points out, three Cameroonians (Paul Tsala ?; Richard Lowé and Protais Ayangma Amang) have already presided over the destinies of Fanaf, each time the post of president of this organization has returned to Central Africa.