Minister Of Secondary Education Issues A Press Release Asking schools in Southern Cameroon to open their doors on Monday 23rd, January, 2017

​Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle, Minister of Secondary Education under the orders of the Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, sends out a press communique urging educational institutions to open their doors on Monday 23rd January 2017

Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle, Minister of Secondary Education under the orders of the Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, sends out a press communique urging educational institutions to open their doors on Monday 23rd January 2017. Read the full communique below;
«En exécution des hautes instructions du Premier Ministre, Chef du Gouvernement
Le ministre des Enseignements secondaires Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe porte à la connaissance de la communauté éducative nationale que les cours reprennent impérativement le lundi 23 janvier 2017 dès 7h 30 dans les Régions du Nord-Ouest et du Sud-Ouest.

Il demande aux délégués des différentes Régions ainsi qu’aux délégués départementaux et aux chefs d’établissements de communiquer avec les parents et les élèves afin de les informer que les mesures de sécurité sont prises par les autorités administratives de chaque Région pour protéger les enseignants, les apprenants et le personnel administratif lor de ce retour en classe»

Canal Olympia cinema and performance hall now operational!

The Cameroonian Prime Minister, Philémon Yang, launched on the 14 June 2016 on the campus of the Yaoundé I University, the first Canal Olympia cinema and performance hall built on the African continent. This cultural space is the work of the Vivendi group, owned by French industrialist Vincent Bolloré.

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The Cameroonian Prime Minister, Philémon Yang, launched on the 14 June 2016 on the campus of the Yaoundé I University, the first Canal Olympia cinema and performance hall built on the African continent. This cultural space is the work of the Vivendi group, owned by French industrialist Vincent Bolloré.

The Canal Olympia performance hall of Yaoundé, which should be duplicated in the city of Douala before the end of this year, as we were able to learn from credible sources, will help in among things projecting films, organising concerts by local and international artists and serving as a stage for stand-up comedians.

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Built in two months by the Cameroonian company Kalfrelec, this cinema and performance hall in which the Vivendi group invested approximately FCfa 2.5 billion, according to our sources, is fully powered by solar energy. This energy is captured through 720 m2 of solar panels, then stocked through Lithium Metal Polymer (LMP) batteries developed as part of the Bolloré Blue Solutions programme; which already enabled three electric buses to transport students on the campus of the Yaoundé I University since May 2014. This is a great addition to the Entertainment industry in Cameroon and Africa at large. We hope our fellow entertainers make proper use of it.

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