The adoption of the 2016 financial law by the members of the upper house of parliament during the November session was the main activity of the Cameroon senate during the plenary session. The 4.234 billion CFA francs budget was of prime importance to Cameroonians and designed to propel the country to the so called emergence 2035. Correspondingly, the Senate adopted six bills, including the state budget of 2016.
During the closing the session, Senate President, Marcel Niat Njifenji (seen here) gave a panoramic view of the just ended session observing that the finance law voted within a short time could be used to meet up with Cameroon’s 3years emergency plan and promote growth and employment and subsequently the amelioration of the living Conditions of the Cameroonians.
In a typical CPDM stye,he saluted the frank collaboration between the different arms of government and decried the many acts of terrorism carried out by the Nigerian Islamic sect, Boko Haram. Senator Niat urged senators to commit themselves to the Economic, Financial and Socio cultural program of the government for 2016 in order to make Cameroon an emerging nation by 2035.