9:40 pm - Thursday December 14, 2017

Nigerian Student Officers Visit CDC

In order to curb the issue of cattle rustling in Africa, thirty-two Student Officers from the National Defense College in Nigeria visited the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) on Thursday May 18, 2017. The Student Officers wanted to know what Cameroon has been doing to reduce the threat.

The Nigerian Student Officers were received at the CDC Board room and were given a succinct presentation of the Corporation. They learnt about the various crops which the CDC produces and its activities. Although the CDC is not fully involved in cattle rustling, the GM’s representative was able to provide answers to some of the concerns raised by the Nigerian Student Officers. For instance, they sought to know what impact cattle rearing has on the Cameroon Development Corporation and CDC’s Corporate Social Responsibility to the environment in which it operates.

Meantime, Dr Yoroms J G, who led the Nigerian delegation to Cameroon revealed that their mission to the CDC was successful because they learnt so much about the Corporation, its activities and how the CDC is trying to deal with the hazards posed by cattle when they stray into their plantations. He then presented a souvenir to the CDC and expressed immense gratitude to the management of CDC for the warm reception which they received.

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