The Board of Directors of the  recently appointed 50 officials to occupy  different positions and responsibility at the CRTV Production Centre at Mballa II, Yaounde.

This 38th Extraordinary session of the Board of Directors of the CRTV was influenced by its new Director General, Charles Ndongo. Cameroonians see this act as a move to better management and increase in productivity as a total of fifty people were appointed to different positions.

These appointments are  coming about two months since a new general of the national broadcaster was appointed by a presidential decree.

The newly occupied positions range from  Technical advisers, Central Director TV, Directors sub-directors and Service Heads. This sudden reshuffle  is based on the decision signed by the chairman of the board.

Here are some details of the appointments:

At the General Secretariat, KUKOLE ESONG Robert and ANGOUNDA EMINI Jean Marie were reappointed Technical advisers N° 1 and N° 2 respectively while, ONGONO Pie Martial, was appointed Technical adviser N° 3. Mr Ongono was also appointed by the General Manager Coordinated of the GM’s cabinet.

At the Central Administration, Ibrahim Cherif moves to Central Director of Television leaving the position of Director of information to MBALA Adele ETOUGA.

Jean Marie Nka  is now the Central Editor in Chief while OUMAROU MAIROU ATTA BADINE  is now in charge of the newsroom secretariat.

FOMBE FUBE Margueritte becomes Director of Production while MBEDE BALA Athanase Emmanuel is the new Director of TV Programmes and Conservation.

The new Director Delegate at the CRTV Marketing and Communication Agency, CMCA is EYINGA MBONOU Madeleine. Some station managers, sub-directors and service heads were also appointed.

An Editorial committee, with Editorialist with the rank and prerogative of Directors was also set up.

It is made of FUL Peter, NGOUGNOU Paul and OUMBOUI Marc. Chief Producers and Grand reporters with the rank and prerogative of Directors and sub-directors respectively were also set up.

Cameroonians remain excited to what’s next! CRTV has to be innovative and agile to adopt new technologies. This national media gaint which is noted to be at the heart of the nation is gradually loosing its televiewers due to lack of engaging programmes.

Lets remain positive and experience how this new appointed officials will impact a  positive change in this media organ.


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