Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Cameroon Gives Helping Hand To Republic of Central Africa

A delegation from the Central African Republic is in Cameroon to seek help, especially in the field of communication.

The delegation which is lead by the country’s minister of communication was received on Monday by Issa Tchiroma Bakary, government’s spokesperson and minister of communication.

Speaking after a meeting with the delegation, Mr Tchiroma disclosed that the Central African Republic had ‘nothing’ in the aftermath of the armed conflicts that she has witnessed, adding that he and Cameroon were ready to help her.
Cameroon Gives Helping Hand To Republic of Central Africa
“Unfortunately today everything is completely destroyed. They have to start from scratch…” Tchiroma said. “In terms of radio, television, the printing press in their country; they have nothing,” he continued,

Mr Tchiroma went further to reveal that he had received orders from the head of State to help any nation in need of “the experience that we have at home”.

“The reason why, open-heartedly, we are ready to receive all the managers,” Tchiroma said, adding that the state-broadcaster, Crtv; SOPECAM and the Advanced School of Mass Communication had received instructions to welcome the delegation.

He added that the second item on their agenda was to make it clear that problems could be solved without necessarily passing through war.

The Central African Republic has been devastated by internal armed conflicts for several decades. Most of her presidents have obtained power through violence. It is against the backdrop of reconstruction that the special delegation was dispatched to Cameroon.
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