CDC threatens to terminate pregnant workers
Cameroon's giant agro-industrial cooperation, CDC, has threatened to terminate pregnant women working with the cooperation.
According to the information we have reliably obtained, the decision is predicated on the fact that the cooperation's work is mostly physical and needs more males and women who are not pregnant.
The pregnant women on their part have threatened legal action against the CDC, arguing the decision is gender-biased given the men, who are authors of the pregnancies go about freely without punishment.
The CDC's decision we have gathered follows the refusal of many men to accept employment offered by the cooperation.
Within the context of the Anglophone crisis, many CDC workers had lost their lives, some kidnapped, others maimed.