Board members of Cameroon's lone airliner, Camair co are meeting in an extra ordinary board meeting in Yaounde today.
Though the agenda has not been disclosed, it's heavily alleged that the fate of the company's Managing Director hangs on a thread and it won't be a shocker if he is shown the door out of the sick facility.
Succeeding Nana Sandjo in August 2016, Ernest Dikoum just like the airliner has been on a turbulent flight.
Close sources to the company say he has been in the bad books of his superiors for close to a year now.
It's alleged that amongst the malpractices are insorbodination and disrespect for constituted authority, mafia deals as well as the signing of certain decisions without consulting the board.
Observers claim these and other problems which he has been unable to solve might provide the leverage for him to be sacked.
The extra ordinary board meeting comes at a time when Camair co has been unable to stand on it's feet despite "reforms" engaged by the company to stay afloat.
The Boeing restructuring plan given a go ahead by the Head of state, Paul Biya is yet to be fully implemented.
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