Charles Ndongo named new CRTV manager

Charles Ndongo has been named new CRTV  manager according to a presidential decree on 29th June 2016. He replaces Ahmadou Valmouke, who is believed to be in a tight spot with the government.

The appointment of Charles Ndongo came while the Board of Directors of CRTV was deliberating during the last session of a board meeting that began on Tuesday 28th, June 2016 at the CRTV Production Centre  at Mballa II.

Charles Ndongo is a Senoir Journalist and graduate of the Superior School of Science and Information and Communication Technologies, ESSTIC – Yaounde (formerly ESIJY). 

The newly appointed CRTV manager has worked with close friends and former classmates like Alain Belibi, Michel Ndjock Abanda, Dénise Epoté, Moussa Adamou, Thomas Babi Koussana Emmanuel Monyambock and many others.

Charles Ndongo rises to the helm of the CRTV at a time when a digital transition is imminent and raises eyebrows as to whether Cameroon’s national television will deliver its promises of creating various digital Tv stations. It is the hope of many Cameroonians that this change in power does not affect the quality of service rendered by the CRTV to its millions of viewers.

It is the hope of many Cameroonians that this change in power does not affect the quality of service rendered by the CRTV to its millions of viewers. CRTV is the main broadcasting station in the country and it’s to be at the centre of providing images for the upcoming football competitions to be hosted by Cameroon

CRTV is the main broadcasting station in the country and it’s to be at the centre of providing images for the upcoming football competitions to be hosted by Cameroon. Mr. Ndongo’s appointment coupled with his experience at the CRTV may just be the right move to ensure a hitch-free broadcasting when the time finally comes.

Worthy of note is that former CRTV boss Ahmadou Valmouke had been placed under interrogation since February. He is believed to have mismanaged CRTV funds in compliance with Gervais Mendo Ze, another former CRTV manager who is currently in jail (for embezzlement).

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