He was replaced this Monday, August 22, 2016 after a board meeting by Ernest Dikoum former regional director of Emirates airline for Senegal and Guinea.
Paul Nana Sandjo has been sacked from the leadership of Camair-Co. The information conveyed by the Cameroonian private press last week indicating the next dismissal is confirmed. Appointed to this post on June 20, 2014, he have spent only two years at the head of the national airline.
According to the magazine Investir au Cameroun (Business in Cameroon in English) that reveals that information, the reasons for the dismissal of Paul Nana Sandjo have not yet been filtered. “But we note that Mr. Nana Sandjo, 5th Director General (DG) in nine years of Camair-Co’s existence, inherited a moribund company: 30 billion FCFA debt, barely three aircraft. To this are added recently wage arrears of staff (750 employees). “
Replaced by Ernest Dikoum, Paul Nana Sandjo will not drive the stimulus plan proposed by Boeing Consulting. This plan includes the acquisition of 14 aircraft and a financial subsidy of 327 billion CFA francs over a period of five years.