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New ENAM Director Witnesses Maiden Reopening

By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba

Soumbou Angoula Bertrand Pierre, Director General of ENAM

The new Director General of the National School of Administration and Magistracy, ENAM situated in Cameroon’s capital Yaoundé would witness his first reopening since after his appointment to the head of the Institution.

Soumbou Angoula Bertrand Pierre who has just been installed at the Amphi theatre of the institution now has the uphill task to put the school on the map of excellence. The native from Lembe-Yezoum, a locality in Cameroon’s Haute-Sanaga Division in the Central Region is now the youngest Director-General ever appointed to ENAM.

Bertrand, 32, was appointed by a 14 December, 2018 decree signed by the President of Cameroon, Paul Biya. The National School of Administration and Magistracy is Cameroon’s lone school for the training of Magistrates and Administrators.

National Telegraph has confirmed it would open its 2019 calendar of activities today, Thursday January 24 during which new students would be welcome. The Institution that started in 1959, now has most, if not all top and lucrative government offices occupied by its graduates. It’s also accused of producing the most corrupt public servants.

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