Members of the NCPBM met in their first semester session of the Commission for the 2019 financial year, at the NCPBM head office in Yaoundé, on the 31st of January, 2019.

February 14, 2019

On the occasion, the President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE called on the Commission members to be more collaborative and stick to the work programme of the 2019 Action Plan, so as to justify the ever renewed confidence placed on the NCPBM by the head of State, and meet the expectations of the public, which sees in the Commission as the ideal instrument to resolve their daily concerns.

Presiding at the session which held at the Yaoundé Conference Centre, the President of the Commission, H.E. Peter MAFANY MUSONGE started by heartily welcoming the members and wishing them a happy New Year.

There were two point on the agenda of the day: The examination and adoption of the 2021 budget and the personnel file.

Concerning the budget of the institution, it was noted that it stood at 2 980 million of which 2 380 million will be used as running budget and 600 million for investments. On the personnel file the President of the Commission indicated that he and the Secretary General were ready to address all the preoccupations that the members might raise.

Questioned by reporters on the priorities of the NCPBM for 2021, H.E Peter MAFANY MUSONGE said there are programmes on bilingualism, multiculturalism and living together that cover the national territory, which the NCPBM has to execute. He added that there is also a plan of action for 2021 that was put in place during the second biannual session in 2020 that also has to be carried out.

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