Denis Sassou Nguesso has been sworn in as President of the Republic of Congo. The solemn ceremony in Brazzaville is attended by 16 Heads of State and Government from CEMAC and ECCAS member countries.
Government Ministers and state dignitaries from other friendly countries are also attending the solemn ceremony.
Cameroon Prime Minister – Head of Government, Joseph Dion Ngute is Representing the country’s, President Paul Biya at the inauguration.
Congolese President Denis Sassou Ngessou is taking the oath to start his 4th consecutive mandate as President of the Republic of Congo.
He has pledged to be the President of all Congolese, and to bring about development, fight corruption and youth unemployment.
Cameroon’s Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute arrived in Brazzaville, Congo on Thursday, April 15, to personally represent President Paul Biya at the swearing in ceremony.
He landed at The Maya Maya international airport in Brazzaville aboard a special Camairco flight and was received by Congolese Minister of External Relations, Jean Claude Ngakosso.
Cameroon and Congo are neighbouring countries that share longstanding bilateral and diplomatic cooperation ties.
Both countries have engaged in the construction of a motor way to link their both capitals and their sea ports.
The Congolese President inaugurated the Congolese stretch of the road. They both also have an interstate university; the Cameroon Congo Interstate University located in Sangmilima created in 2012 the South region of Cameroon and Ouesso in Congo to enhance technology transfer and training of youths.
The first batch of 450; students 200 Congolese and 250 Cameroonians, began classes in 2020 in the school’s Sangmelima campus are being training in digital engineering and other professional fields.