This association has just published the results of a study on the attitudes of Ministers.
The Cameroon Association of Collective Interests of Defence (Association Camerounaise de Défense des Intérêts des Collectifs – ACDIC in French) does not just pose claims. The association led by Bernard Njonga performs studies occasionally on governance in Ministries. The results of these studies have just been published. They are rather interesting, says La Nouvelle Expression (LNE) published on August 3, 2016.
Thus, the paper notes, “Marie-Thérèse Abena Ondoa (Promotion of Women and the Family) whose ministry is unhealthy tops the “dirtiest Ministers” category, followed by Youssouf Adidja Alim, the Minister of basic Education, and Mounouna Foutsou, the Minister of Youth and civic Education.
The top 3 of the cleanest ministers is occupied by Ministers Lejeune Mbella Mbella, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, followed by Rose Aicha Mbah, the Minister Delegate at the Presidency of the Republic in charge of Higher State Control and Jacqueline Kung A Bessike“.
In another aspect, “Jacques Fame Ndongo (Higher Education) is leading the Ministers who respect the emblems of the country, while the least respectful is Maïgari Bello Bouba, the Minister of Tourism and Recreation.
In the section of those who are less open to criticism, for example, are Laurent Esso, the justice minister, Henri Eyebe Ayissi of Agriculture and Alamine Ousmane Mey, head of Finance. However, the most open to civil society is Grégoire Owona, Minister of Labour and Social Security, while among the most supportive Ministers, we have Issa Tchiroma of Communication topping the said category” says LNE.