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CDC Sends Distress Call Amidst Deepening Ambazonian Crisis

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The Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC), is very sick. According to the General Manager (GM) of the Corporation, Frankline Ngoni Njie, the current crisis rocking Ambazonia, has greatly paralysed CDC’s activities, thereby, leading to huge economic, administrative, and labour repercussions.

In a communique signed by the GM, Friday July 6, to workers, and well-wishers of the corporation, it was clearly stated that CDC needs an emergency bailout as its activities have been hampered by the Ambazonian crisis.

“As a result of the current socio-political nature of the North West and South West Regions, the Corporation is facing both financially and materially. Currently, work is suspended in (10) of our Estates / Units, putting about five thousand jobs at risk,” the communique read in part.

The GM went ahead to pleading with workers of the corporation who are the most hit following the crisis.

“… all workers of CDC are enjoined to remain calm and forward looking as Management in doing all it takes to ensure that things unfold in their best interest,” the letter said.

It should be noted that for a couple of months now, CDC has not been able to galvanise finance and pay its workers. Several workers in Tiko, Limbe, Muyuka, and other parts of Ambazonia, recently suspended a strike action intended to mount pressure on management to pay their accumulated wages. That led to the sending-off of many workers on Technical Leave.

Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews

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