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Cameroon’s Lower House Speaker Rewards Youths In Ngaoundéré.

By Pascal Yaya – Sunday April 14, 2019.

Cameroon’s Lower House Speaker Rewards Youths In Ngaoundéré.
Cavaye Yeguié Djibril, Speaker of Cameroon’s National Assembly.

Cameroon’s Speaker of the National Assembly also known as The Lower House has awarded certificates of recognition to sixty-three (63) youths drawn from twenty-one (21) council areas in the country’s Adamawa Region, National Telegraph has been told.

During the event that took place in Ngaoundéré, Cavaye Yeguié Djibril said; “This is about realizing a real agricultural revolution by modernizing our means of production and further transforming our agricultural products”

Cavaye was speaking Tuesday April 2, 2019, during the 6th edition of a caravan promoting entrepreneurship and enhancement of Agro-pastoral trade

“This agricultural revolution can only be realized with the new generation of young farmers and breeders like you, he told the 63 youths in attendance.

The idea is from a group of Parliamentarians which the Speaker led to the Adamawa Region, said a source.

The ritual focused on; Agriculture, Livestock and Entrepreneurship, an official at the Region’s Governor’s office confirmed to National Telegraph.

Cavaye also decorated fifteen ( 15) of the 63, during which he announced the especial decorations are from the country’s President, Paul Biya.

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