Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Cameroon - Sérail: The 8 Bamilékés "unavoidable" in Cameroon, according to Jeune Afrique

In his dossier "Cameroon: What do the Bamilekees really want" published in his No. 2934 from April 2 to 8, 2017, the Panafrican magazine draws a portrait of these Bamilekees who count in Cameroon.

André Siaka, 68, CEO of Rout d'Af 
It was given several times entering the primacy, in vain. Its course is a near-faultless. A brilliant engineer, trained at Polytechnique Paris, Andre Siaka has been at the head of his construction company for three years, which he created after his departure in 2014 from the Breweries of Cameroon. A society he had led for twenty-five years and which he had made one of the first in the country. Former president of Gicam, he helped to restore his reputation.
Cameroon - Sérail: The 8 Bamilékés "unavoidable" in Cameroon, according to Jeune Afrique
Celestine Courtes Ketcha, 52, mayor of Bangangté Dynamic, determined, very involved in its activities ... Celestine Courtes Ketcha shares with the deceased activist Françoise RDPciste Foning character traits, but is not fully managed to impose As the new Western muse, although it is very introduced in Yaoundé. The main weapon of this close associate of Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris - besides directing the cleanest commune of Cameroon: that of having held up to the president of the Senate, who wanted to oust it of the town hall . 

Jean Kueté, 73, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPDM Appointed to the DPRK in 2011, the economist John Nkueté walks alongside President Paul Biya for more than four decades - with interludes as assistant general manager of the bank Paribas- Cameroon (1981-1983), Director of the Beac in Douala (1988-1999) and Executive Secretary of Cemac from 1999 to 2006. Former Deputy Secretary-General for the Presidency of the Republic, then Secretary-General of the Government in 1986, Jean Nkueté was also Minister of State and Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Agriculture. 

Marcel niat njifenji, 82, chairman of the Senate Dinosaurs such as former Minister Rene Ze Nguélé and Sultan Ibrahim Mbombo Njoya, ruler of bamoun people had dreamed. Marcel Niat Njifenji, engineer graduate of Supelec Paris is since 2013 the second personality of the State. Managing Director for nearly two decades (until 2001) of the Sonel National Electricity Company - now Eneo - in parallel to his role as Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Mines, Water and Energy - 

Marcel Niat would be entrusted with the keys to the transition in the event of a vacancy in power. 

Maurice Kamto, 63, president of the Movement for the Rebirth of Cameroon is one of the few to show his determination to win the 2018 presidential election and believe it. An international lawyer, Maurice Kamto is also the only minister to have resigned from the government (in 2011) - anticipating an ejection two weeks later, some say. The only active opponent, he occupies the ground without respite. He is accused of too much competition with the Social Democratic Front - most of his activists have come from it - rather than hunting on the CPDM lands. 

Paul Fokam Kammogne, 69, banker and businessman Ranked among the first African players in finance, Paul Fokam Kammogne, boss Afriland First Group shines in banking, microfinance, insurance, communication and The best way to annoy it? To count him among the potential successors of Paul Biya. 

Yves Michel Fotso, 57, businessman, former CEO of the airline Camair Powerful young, ambitious ... Yves Michel Fotso billionaire billionaire son (Victor Fotso) could have been a model. Enraged by enormous financial scandals, he was sentenced in 2016 to life imprisonment. In 2010, he had succeeded in storming the antenna of the national radio to claim his innocence. 

Célestin Monga, 57, a writer and vice president of the African Development Bank Chief Economist of ADB, Célestin Monga, network man passed by the World Bank, is considered one of the top five Africans in its field. In 1990, his open letter to Paul Biya (published in The Messenger), in which he demanded more democracy, had earned him an arrest. Since,

Source: Cameroon-Info.Net
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