CAMP Gets New National Executive, Expands To Five Regions

Cameroon Association of Media Professionals (CAMP) has voted in new executive and extended their network to five other regions.

New CAMP Executive

Solomon Agborem, Editor of The Star newspaper has been elected as CAMP National President.

He was unanimously elected during a general assembly after being nominated by the Board of Directors during an extra ordinary Board meeting on January 15, 2021.

Executive Director, Tarhyang Enowbikah Tabe installs New Exco Members

Going by the resolutions of the board meeting which was collectively voted by members in a General Assembly on Saturday January 16, 2021 in Limbe, the new executive arm is now made up of the following members; National President, Solomon Agborem, Vice National President, Noela Bisong, Secretary General, Constance Mbongo, Assistant S.G, Dinga George, Public Relations Officers, Hilary Asong and Etchu Tabot and Technical Adviser, HRM Chief Ebong Pende.

The Directorate arm will be manned by four personalities; Executive Director, Tarhyang Enowbikah Tabe, Project Director, Baiye Frida Ebai, Director of Administration and Finance, Valerie Halimatou, Treasurer, Mahmoud Bin Saed, Financial Secretary Mbi Njang Daniel, and Barrister Arrey Collins was also appointed as Director of Legal and Humanitarian Affairs.
The Board of Directors also appointed representatives at the level of the regions.
For South West, Yuh Innocent, Littoral, Scholar Maloke, Centre Region, Roland Mbonteh and Grand West Region, Gerald Ngeh.

Speaking to the press after the election, the new National President of CAMP summed his impressions in this manner. ‘’ I wish to thank the Board of Directors of CAMP for the confidence bestowed on me to be at the helm of the Association. I am taking over from someone who has been at the helm of the association for over 15 years since it was created. I am aware of the challenges reason why we are ready to hit the road. In the days ahead CAMP will be in some of the schools to speak to Journalism clubs about the essence of peace, we are also working on setting up a CAMP multimedia centre which will be at the disposal of media professionals. We will strengthen our presence in other regions as well as revamp our contacts with some diplomatic missions in Cameroon.’’ Agborem said.
The new appointments and electioo at the helm of CAMP comes barely days after the members led by the erstwhile president now executive Director Tarhyang Enowbikah Tabe signed an MOU with Propeace for Sustainable Development NGO to embark on a project that will soon go operational.

By Sandrine M.

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