23, July 2017
The anti Anglophone Minister for Higher Education, Fame Ndongo has once again revisited the President Biya laptop computer controversy. This time around, the so-called cabinet minister noted that the distribution of the computers promised by the President of the Republic could start at the end of 2017.
Jacques Fame Ndongo (to use his three names) said that the first set of the computers will be received in Shenzhen, China, before being sent to Cameroon. Many political commentators have still not been able to understand the manufacturing and delivery process of the Biya computers.
Fame Ndongo was speaking after a brief meeting on July 17, 2017 with Mr. Zhu Wendli, Deputy General Manager of Sichuan Telecom Construction and Engeneering Co., a company involved in the manufacturing process of the computers in question.
The explanation recently given to the press by the Francophone minister was even more confusing and misleading. Fame Ndongo said the computer project has already entered its production phase. 30% of the total amount has already been released.
One year after the announcement of the presidential “donation”, the eligibility criteria for students remain unknown. Jacques Fame Ndongo has constantly been calling on regularly enrolled students in the private and public universities in the country to update their data for inclusion in the Biya scheme.
By Rita Akana
Cameroon Concord News