By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba – Thursday March 7, 2019.
A presidential decree signed Wednesday, March 6, 2019, by Cameroon’s Paul Biya appoints members of the board of directors of the National School of Administration and Magistracy, ENAM, National Telegraph has learned.
Out of the nine persons appointed for a three-year mandate renewable once, only one Anglophone was named – Madam Ewusi née Elinge Suzanne Enjema, representative of the Presidency of the Republic.
The other eight appointed all Francophones include:
Madam Koa née Otsili Medzogo Evelyne, representative of the Prime Minister’s Office
Maina Anatole, representative of the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reforms
Edoa Gilbert Didier, representative of the Ministry of Finance
Madam Nseng-Elang Marie Claire Dieudonnée, representative of the Ministry of Justice
Essomba Pierre, representative of the Ministry of Territorial Administration
Madam Nkono née Eza Akono Mengue Balbine Elisabeth, representative of the Ministry of Labour and Social Security
Fouda Ndjodo Marcel Laurent, representative of the Ministry of Higher Education
Mounock Toutou Alphonse, elected staff representative.
On July 5, 2018, President Paul Biya appointed an Anglophone, Feh Helen Kwangan as chair of the Board of Directors of ENAM.
In another decree on December 14, 2018, Biya appointed 32-year-old Pierre Bertrand Soumbou Angoula as ENAM’s new General Manager.
In April last year, Biya decreed a reorganization of ENAM’s structures, reducing the mandate or members of the board of directors of ENAM to three years renewable once.
That of the General Manager and his deputy was also reduced to nine years. The decree also gave the Board of Directors powers to sanction the General Manager and his deputy “in the event of serious misconduct that could adversely affect the image of ENAM”.