Who is the Minister of Public Service in Cameroon?

LE Joseph. THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM is responsible for elaborating and implementing Government’s public service and administrative reform policy.

Who is the Minister of Public Works in Cameroon?

On April, 18th, 2017, during a visit to the construction site of the Kumba Mamfe road, the minister of Public Works Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi made a significant stop over at the Kombone-Bafaw village in Konye on the site of the logistics base of the Technical Assistance Mission of the ILO.

Who is the minister of communication in Cameroon?

Issa Tchiroma Bakary (born 10 September 1949) is a Cameroonian politician who served in the government of Cameroon as Minister of Transport from 1992 to 1996 and has been Minister of Communication since 2009.

Who is the new Prime Minister of Cameroon?

The current prime minister, Joseph Ngute, was appointed by president Paul Biya.

Prime Minister of Cameroon.

Prime Minister of the Republic of Cameroon
Incumbent Joseph Ngute since 4 January 2019
Appointer Paul Biya, as President of Cameroon
Inaugural holder Ahmadou Ahidjo
Formation 1 January 1960

Who is the Minister of Culture in Cameroon?

Narcisse Mouelle Kombi, born on May 6, 1962 in Douala, is a Cameroonian academic and writer. Associate of public law and political science, professor at the University of Yaounde II, he was appointed Minister of Arts and Culture of Cameroon on October 2, 2015 in the government of Philemon Yang.

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Who is the richest minister in Cameroon?

Net Worth of Apostle John Chi

But taking another look at his activities and that of his church, his net worth is estimated at 2,000,000 US dollars (1,000,000,000 FCFA). As of this moment, he is considered one of the richest pastors in Cameroon.

Who is the keeper of seal in Cameroon?

Laurent Esso
Born 10 August 1942 Douala (Cameroon)
Nationality Cameroonian
Political party CPDM
Alma mater University of Yaoundé ENAM
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