On the occasion of the caravan to promote entrepreneurship and promote agro-pastoral professions in the Southern region, the President of the National Assembly was inducted Ntôtône Zingui, the “intrepid gladiator” of the “Nnôm Ngui’i“, who is the master of ancestral wisdom.
In reaction to this trademark of the traditional chiefs of the South, Cavaye Yeguie Djibril said:
“I was made a citizen of honor of the town of Sangmélima. Today I am enthroned Ntotônr Zingui. The South loves me because I love my boss, President Paul Biya. “
During his field trip, Cavaye Yeguie Djibril was accompanied by about 100 MPs, ministers in charge of youth and civic education, agriculture and rural development, employment and Vocational Training, Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries. They met more than 3,500 young people from the 29 subdivisions of the Southern Region.
For the president of the Lower House of the Cameroonian Parliament, there is talk of interest to young people in agriculture and livestock, important sources of wealth creation and jobs for young people. Also to value the noble professions remunerating the “land that never deceives“, to use the expression proper to Paul Biya, President of the Republic.
For the coordinator of the “Réseau Espérance Jeunesse“, MP Gaston Komba, it was a question of encouraging young people who have chosen the agro-pastoral trades, rewarding the best young farmers and breeders in the Region. To present them also entrepreneurial and agropastoral opportunities with some 60 structures present to inform and sensitize these young people.