Regional News Round-up

The President of Cameroon, H.E Paul Biya, has donated gifts to the people of Obala; 7 billion CFAF adopted as the administrative accounts of the Sangmelima Council.

Obala Receives Donations from Head of State

The Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has handed over gifts to the community of Obala from the Head of State.

The people of Obala had experienced heavy rains that caused a lot of material damage.

In a message read by Paul Atanga Nji, the Head of State thanked the people of Obala for their attitude in time of crisis.

The donations comprised of bags of rice, vegetable oil and matrasses, amongst others.

The Minister reassured the people that government will take progressive measures to set their community back to normal.

MINEFOP Discusses Cloud Computing

The Minister of Employment and Vocational Training (MINEFOP) has expressed the readiness of Cameroon’s government to support the Google cloud concept in its drive to innovate and create job opportunities for Cameroonian youths.

This was during an audience granted to the founder of the innovation, entrepreneurship and vocational training centre, in the presence of partners from the Google Cloud Group.

If implemented, the project will generate close to 100,000 jobs.

Football Tournament Ends with Prizes in Foumban

Over 600 best pupils and students in Njinka Foumban in the Noun division have benefited from didactic material at the end of a football tournament.

The gifts came from the Minister Delegate at the Ministry of Transport, Zakariaou Njoya were.

Back-to-school Assured for IDPs in Bamenda

Some 25 internally displaced pupils and students resident in Bamenda have benefited from school material and complete payment of their tuition fees.

The gesture by an NGO, Light Outreach Foundation International, is to enable the children pursue formal education given that with their socioeconomic conditions, they had little or no hopes of going to school this academic year.

Bancho Pamen (Intern)

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