35th International Women's Day; CAMTEL GM Urges Female Staff to be Catalyst in Company's Growth

Female staff of the Cameroon Telecommunications, CAMTEL, have been urged to be the catalyst in the growth of the company.

The call was made on March 8, 2020 by the proactive General Manager, Yah Judith Sunday, as the company celebrated the 35th edition of the International Women's Day.

Talking to the women at the CAMTEL club in Yaounde, Yah Judith Sunday stated that, "at our level, we will stop at nothing to ensure that we accompany you to bring out the best in you. Just by simple arithmetic, you can already see that we are leaving no stone unturned".

CAMTEL women began the international women's day on March 2, 2020 with different activities notably drilling the women on income generating activities based on the "Do it Yourself" model.

In CAMTEL, out of the the 145 sub directors and directors, 47 are women giving a 32.42% ratio, which is above the Beijing requirement of 30%.

Of the 3243 workers, CAMTEL can boost of 1118 female workers (34.5%).

With these figures in mind, the CAMTEL boss disclosed that, "We will not stop at that". She revealed that, the company will continue to organize trainings to develop the capacities of women so as to meet up with international standards. This she said is to position CAMTEL as the digital business leader in the entire Central African Sub region by 2025. She encouraged the women to be committed and fully involve themselves in the implementation of the 2019-2025 strategic plan. "You must be the bearers of of the new corporate culture that we wish to implement with our society", Judith Yah Sunday told the women.

The General Manager also congratulated CAMTEL women who emerge in flying colours from the last municipal and legislative elections. She particularly congratulated Madam Nga Mveng Essomba Appolonie Noelle for her her election as parliamentarian in Yaounde V.

Prior to the gala, Judith Yah Sunday, led the CAMTEL women in the march-past highly applauded by the First lady, Madam Chantal Biya.

By Nji Nelson Chefor

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