On January 10, during the municipal council, there was talk of seeing more clearly in the financial management of the Batouri council.
From the municipal council of the Batouri in the capital of the Kadey division held on 10 January last year, it emerged that municipal agents have not received their wages for a year. The Daily Emergence edition of January 16, 2017 says that it was question during this council for the 41 councilors to see more clearly in the financial management of the council.
The situation of concern has led Bernard Wolé, the Chairman of the Committee on Social Affairs, to call Pierre Dimba Gombo, the Mayor of the said council, to find solutions to remedy the problem.
In addition to the problem raised, there is that of advancement. According to the newspaper, the staff of the council for one year also no longer benefits. “To build up each other, Mayor Pierre Dima Gombo acknowledged that 2016 was a very difficult year in his institution because of the delay of the additional communal centimes. Subsequently the account of the council was sealed by the CNPS for a debt of 122 million FCFA and 57 million FCFA towards the taxes, “he says.
If one keeps to the boss of the council the debts listed have all been settled. He also reassured the audience on the measures that will be taken so that during the current month the unpaid wages are paid to the municipal agents.
Present at the Council, Emmanuel Bob Iga, the representative of the SDO of Kadey, called for the council to also work to remedy the situation.