The Management of Eneo, Cameroon's electricity operator has again promised like in the previous year to take all appropriate and necessary measures in order to anticipate the management of low water levels in 2016 and 2017. Joel Nana Kontchou, CEO of Eneo, told reporters that he plans to submit shortly a plan of action to the government for the management of low water levels in 2016 and 2017. We of Cameroon Concord thinks Joel Nana has ran short of ideas and should go and go now.
From May to June 2015, the country was rocked by a severe energy crisis that affected the "South Interconnected Network". Justifying the crisis, Eneo did evoke an exceptional hydrological deficit, due to a late arrival of rains and the unavailability of certain thermal structures. Our senior economic reporter hinted that Eneo is slowly but surely destroying the nation's economic sector with its very inefficient leadership.
Joel Nana Kontchou's speech is inaudible at the moment when the population is accusing Eneo of incompetence. Upon his appointment at the head of Eneo, Nana Kontchou promised the Cameroonian people constant flow of electricity. But his rhetoric has been far better than his record. Cameroon Concord says Joel Nana should go and go now.