Biya appoints another Southern Cameroonian to head the Hydrocarbon Price and Stabilization Fund
President Biya has appointed Okie Johnson Ndoh as General Manager of the Hydrocarbon Price and Stabilization Fund. The former Director of General Affairs at the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reform replaced Elung Paul Che who held this position since April 2013.
The Monday, December 11, 2017 decree that was made public after the 84 year-old dictator left Yaoundé for Paris also appointed Manzoua Véronique, Deputy General Manager to replace Emmanuel Alam.
Today’s two presidential decrees has laid to rest the leadership crisis that had installed a deleterious atmosphere since Elung Paul Che was appointed in the last government of October 2015 as Minister Delegate to the Minister of Finances.
According to sources, the two officials sacked today by the Head of State, often staged a break dance in the premises of the CSPH about the management of this company with vested interest from the Ministry of Commerce.
By Sama Ernest with files from CIN