9:23 pm - Sunday February 5, 2023

15 CDC Workers Admitted in the Regional Agricultural College

In order to increase the production of rubber, banana and palm oil, fifteen staff of the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) have been sent to the Regional College of Agriculture (RCA) Bambili in the North West Region. This is in accordance with Service note N° 00034 MINADER/SG/DEFACC/CPEF/CEA1 on the admission of CDC students into the Regional College of Agriculture (RCA) Bambili.

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The ceremony took place on Friday October 23, 2015 at the corporation’s Boardroom. Advising the students, the Group Oil Palm Manager, Mr Mbuyeh Odilious said “despite the corporation’s very limited financial resources, money has been made available to fund the capacity building of workers. What we expect from you is nothing but hard work, discipline and success”. On his part, the Group Rubber Manager, Mr Kuve Donald Ekema insisted on the fact that, if these workers perform well in the Regional College of Agriculture, the CDC will continue its drive to send workers on refresher courses. He told them to “be of good conduct and pave the way for others”.Representing the Group Banana Manager, the Human Resources Officer of the Banana Group called on the workers to project a positive image of the corporation at all times. Commissioning the students, the General Manager of the CDC, Mr Franklin Ngoni Njie said “the raison d’être of your going to school is to acquire knowledge that will be used to increase the CDC’s current production. We are sure that this is a worthwhile investment for us and so all difficulties beyond your control should be reported to us”. They will graduate as Senior Technicians in Agro pastoral Entrepreneurship. The students concerned are: Biongo Biongo, Ashu Christian Esambi, Angoula Jean, Kankwa Fih, Ndumbe Elive Divine, Nkolung Boyah Lucas, Ebong Ndille Bathelomew, Taweh Abel, Mufuh John Itomwei, Njelack Benjamin, Aditah Wilfred Edang, Mbonde Alius Muambo, Esuka Frederick, Ngonde Emily and Tamngwa Divine.

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