Print this page
Cameroon awards contracts to  two Tunisian companies amounting to  FCfa 2.6 and 2.9 billion

Cameroon Ministry of Public Procurement has just awarded five contracts for a total amount of FCfa 13 billion to French and Tunisian technical engineering firms, for the purpose of monitoring road construction works within the framework of the three-year government Emergency Plan being implemented since last year.

The highest contract, for a total amount of FCfa 3.1 billion has been awarded to the French engineering firm Louis Berger, to supervise the construction work of the Sangmélima-Oveng road, in the south of the country.

French company Egis, as well as Tunisian engineering companies Etudi International and Scet Tunisie have been awarded contracts of amounts between FCfa 2.6 and 2.9 billion. All the works should last 52 months, we learn.

BIC

Concord Newsdesk

A plea from Cameroon Concord........

Thank you for reading our magazine, we have a plea to ask you our readers. Over the last two years, hits on our articles have been climbing, we have had an increase in clicks and also a broader reading audience on our social media channels.Our readers have been writing to us requestion for news updates from Cameroon/Southern Cameroons. We have as well been trying to give you the best we can, however, we are short of finances to recruit reporters to carry on independent and investigative journalism which takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. We are therefore pleading on you to support our efforts for this platform to be able to keep up the good work we are doing.

For as little as €1, you can support Cameroon Concord– and it only takes a minute. Thank you.

 

Website: www.cameroon-concord.com Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
X

Right Click

No right click

We use cookies to improve our website. By continuing to use this website, you are giving consent to cookies being used. More details…