Connect with us

Features

DOUALA CITY COUNCIL MAYOR VISITS DANGOTE CEMENT CAMEROON

Published

on

Group photograph - Douala City mayor and Dangote Cement cameroon top management

The Mayor of Douala City Council, Dr. Roger Mbassa Ndine, today led a delegation on an official visit to Dangote Cement Cameroon.

Dangote Cement Cameroon CEO we;comes Douala City Mayor
CEO Dangote Cement Cameroon welcomes Douala City Mayor and delegation to the cement complex

The Country CEO, Bertrand Mbouck, and his close collaborators welcomed the City Council Boss and his entourage at 10.40 am. A closed-door meeting between the CEO, the Plant Director, and the Mayor followed in the CEO’s office. They exchanged pleasantries and talked about the impact Dangote is making in the cement sector.

Stating the purpose of the visit, Dr. Roger Mbassa Ndine said “we came to have a general view of what Dangote is doing as a company. We expect from companies like yours, employment, investments, and I can state my satisfaction that you are going that way.”

Douala City Mayor addresses top management of Dangote Cement Cameroon
Douala City Mayor replies to welcome address

The mayor praised the relations existing not only between Dangote Cement and the City of Douala but also between the Dangote Group and Cameroon at large.

“We are waiting for the fulfillment of the promises about expanding Dangote business to Cameroon”, he added, referring to a statement made by the Group’s Chief Executive, Alhaji Aliko Dangote after his audience with President Paul Biya at the Unity Palace on June 23, 2021.

The mayor finally promised support from the Douala City Council, in facilitating the creation of parking and pathway for DCC trucks.

Earlier, DCC CEO in his welcome address stressed the company’s commitment to Education and social welfare of the host communities. He recalled the award of scholarships to students of Deido and Bassa, rehabilitation of the IT room in Collège King Akwa and classrooms in Logbessou primary school, the construction of a community hall and boreholes going on in Bonaberi.

Douala City mayor and delegation touring the cement complex

The visit continued with a tour of the plant intended to show the mayor and his collaborators the process of cement making. The tour started at the jetty, then the mill, followed by the CCR, the laboratory, and the packing plant.

An elated mayor left happily while promising to come back.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Votre adresse e-mail ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *

Features

Hushpuppi: Abba Kyari’s extradition suit fixed for June 2

Published

on

The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court on Wednesday fixed June 2 to hear the extradition suit filed by the AGF.

The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court on Wednesday fixed June 2 to hear the extradition suit filed by the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) against suspended police chief Abba Kyari.

Justice Inyang Ekwo fixed the date after counsel for the AGF, Pius Akutah, applied for more time to enable parties to respond to processes served on each other by Mahmud Magaji, lawyer to Mr Kyari.

Mr Akutah informed that though the court fixed Wednesday for hearing in the matter on the last adjourned date, he had a motion for extension of time dated and filed on April 19.

After the application was not opposed by counsel to Mr Kari, the judge granted the order as prayed.

The judge then adjourned the matter until June 2 for a hearing.

The hearing in the suit, on March 23, suffered a setback.

The development occurred when Nureni Jimoh, who appeared for the disgraced police chief, told Mr Ekwo shortly after the matter was called for the mention, but he was yet to be served with the AGF’s processes.

The federal government had sought Mr Kyari’s extradition to the United States to answer a case over his alleged link with the fraudster, Ramon Abbas, aka Hushpuppi.

Through the Office of the AGF, the federal government had filed the application marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/249/2022.

The suit, titled: “Application for the Extradition of Abba Kyari to the U.S.,” was dated and filed on March 2.

While the AGF is the applicant, Mr Kyari is the respondent in the application.

Mr Kyari was formerly the head of the Inspector-General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team (IRT).

Continue Reading

Features

2023: Atiku Joins Tik Tok Ahead Of Presidential Election

Published

on

One of the leading People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirants and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar on Wednesday joined one of the leading social media platforms, Tik Tok.

The former Vice President who joined the social media platform ahead of the 2023 general election made this known in a post via his official Facebook page.

Announcing the development to his Facebook followers, Atiku urged supporters to join him on the trending social media platform @realatiku in order to get updates on his 2023 presidential ambition.

Daily Independent gathered that the presidential aspirant joined Tik Tok to woo Nigerian youths ahead of the 2023 general elections.

Tik Tok is a video-focused platform owned by a Chinese company, ByteDance Ltd, which allows people to create short watchable content and share it with friends, family, or the public.

It hosts a variety of short-form user videos, from genres like pranks, stunts, tricks, jokes, dance, and entertainment with durations from 15 seconds to ten minutes.

Continue Reading

Features

2023: APC gives Amaechi, Ngige, Malami, others 72 hours to resign

Published

on

The APC gave all appointees aspiring for elective offices in 2023 till Saturday April 30 to relinquish their present appointment.

The ruling All Progressives Congress has issued a 72-hour ultimatum to cabinet ministers and other government appointees wishing to contest positions in the 2023 general elections to resign or forfeit their chances.

APC, in its elections guidelines for primaries, gave all appointees till Saturday April 30 to relinquish their present appointment if they intend to participate in its forthcoming round of the party’s primary elections.

Transport minister Rotimi Amaechi, his labour ministry counterpart Chris Ngige and Attorney General Abubarkar Malami are among appointees affected by the directive.

Messrs Amaechi and Ngige are gunning for the presidential seat while Mr Malami is eyeing governorship in his native Kebbi State.

The APC has fixed its the presidential primary to hold between May 30 and June 1.

Section 3(i) of the APC Guidelines for the Nomination of Candidates bars political appointee at every level from participating at the party’s primary either as delegates or as candidates at the party’s primary elections. 

The guideline directs “Any political office holder interested in contesting for an elective office” to resign 30 days to the date of the conduct of the party’s primary election for the office sought.

The guideline is in tandem with Section 84 (12) of the Electoral Act 2022 (as amended) which states that political appointees, including ministers/commissioners and special advisers, must resign in order to participate as delegates or contestants at their respective political parties’ conventions.

Continue Reading

Trending