Charles Ndongo, the shushu of the Biya regime has been appointed general manager of the Cameroon Radio and Television replacing Amadou Vamoulke. The Francophone Beti-Ewondo regime attempted to hide its anti Far North stance by appointing the former Director of Marketing and Communication Agency, Emmanuel Wongibe as Deputy General Manager.
The two journalists were appointed by the Cameroonian dictator, Paul Biya in a decree that was made public at 5 pm today in Yaounde, the nation’s capital. The appointments came while the board of directors of CRTV was deliberating in its last session of a board meeting that began on Tuesday 28th June 2016 at the CRTV Production Centre Mballa II. Charles Ndongo is the god son of the disgraced former general manager, Gervais Mendo Ze.
Rita Akana (Cameroon Intelligence Report)