CDC to resume work on two sites after 5 years of shutdown
The Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC, has revealed it is working to restart operations on two sites after five years of shutdown as a result of the anglophone crisis. The two sites, according to the General manager of this state-owned agro-industrial corporation, Franklin Ngoni Njie, include Ombe and Pondo.
According to the General manager, two contracts have been launched for the acquisition of generators for the factories that package products for the European market. The generators, he explained will help to cope with power shortages.
Contractors have been asked to submit their bits by November 9th.
Since the outbreak of the anglophone crisis, which has led to a decline in economic activities, the CDC has been in difficulty.