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SW: CDC workers plan strike action due to over 28 months of unpaid salaries

Workers of Cameroon's largest agro-industrial corporation, Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC), based in Fako Division, Southwest Region, have threatened to strike over 28months back salary owed them by the corporation.

The workers made their decision known to embark on a strike come 1st September in a letter addressed to the prime minister Head of Government Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute.

In their letter signed by 28 of them, the workers chronicled the mystery they and their family members have been undergoing over these 28 months without any salary and went to appeal to the PM to intervene to salvage their plight as it has done in the case of other State corporations.

The workers also pointed out to the PM that September was soon approaching and they need money to procure the school needs of their children, a failure they intimated they would embark on a strike action beginning 1 September.

BiVoundi 24 News has been reliably informed that despite the crisis rocking the two English-speaking regions, the corporation has recorded some financial gains. It is rumored that the corporation realized CFAF 3bn in 2021.

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