The Senior Inspector of Posts and Telecommunications has been appointed on Wednesday 7th July 2016
The announcement was made by the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Minette LIBOM LI LIKENG, during an extraordinary Board of Directors meeting. This appointment officially puts an end to the Assistance Agreement binding the state of Cameroon and SOFREPOST, a subsidiary of LAPOSTE group, a French company that has been managing Campost since 2010.
Before his appointment, Pierre KALDADAK, 48-year-old Senior Inspector, born in Koza, in the Far North Region, was Head of Division for Inspections and Control of Public Institutions and Specific Bodies at the Supreme State Audit Office.
The top priority of the new GM is to build confidence with customers and trust within the company. Mrs. LIBOM LI LIKENG also mentioned that it was time for Cameroonians to get back to saving and carry out financial operations at CAMPOST like in the old days. “CAMPOST must be a performing company to the State and users,” she pointed out.
The Minister did not fail to thank the acting team coordinated by the Deputy General Manager, Mr. NANA YOMBA, since 2 June 2016, the date when SOFREPOST left after the Agreement with the state of Cameroon expired. It is worth recalling that Sofrepost Contract had been renewed 2 times: 2012 and 2014. The acting team certainly had a limited scope, but it succeeded in keeping the company on track.
Currently, CAMPOST made a prominent entrance in the digital economy with innovative services which could generate more jobs and income. All this gives hope for a promising future. Good luck to the new GM!
Last modified on Wednesday, 30 November 2016 10:09