Stakeholders dump mobile money school fee deal

Parents, bursars, students, and even mobile money operators have said the initiative introduced this academic year by the Minister of Secondary Education wherein, school fees would be paid through the mobile money component of some telecommunication companies and financial institutions in the country, is not working. They complained recently to this reporter in Buea when […]

War induced insecurity may sink CDC

Franklin Ngoni Njie, Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC, General Manager, waxed historical and philosophical while interacting with the media on Friday, January 18. He emphasized how reporters are best placed to depict the corporation’s awful plight in the face of the Anglophone crisis. CDC and Cameroon are historically bound together, he noted. Similarly, he recalled, CDC […]

Anglophone crisis hampers PIB execution rate

The on-going crisis in the nation has not only helped to cripple the already crippled economy but as well heavily hampered the execution rate of the Public Investment Budget, PIB. Statistics prove that, out of the FCFA eighteen billion allocated for the Southwest, the execution rate of the PIB stands at 64 percent. This drop […]

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