Appointments At Cameroon's State Run TV (CRTV): New GM Charles NDONGO Makes Nonsense of Vamoulke Changes.

New appointments have been made at Cameroon Radio Television, CRTV, less than a year after the now imprisoned General Manager, Ahmadou Vamoulke made sweeping changes. The appointments came at the end of the 38 Ordinary board meeting of the institution, chaired by Communication minister and board chairman, Issa Tchiroma BAKARY.

Some posts of responsibilities have simply been changed and given new heads by the new team. Ibrahim Cherif has been promoted to Director of Central Television ,he replaces Charles Ndongo, now General Manager, News Anchor Adele Mballa formerly Chief of Station Centre Region now replaces Ibrahim Cherif as Director of TV News.

Margaret FOMBE has taken the post of responsibility of Director of TV production from Director of Programs; she has been replaced by Dr Emmanuel MBEDE as Director of programs. Veteran former Editor in Chief English radio news desk, FUL Peter, has been called back from retirement and appointed Editorialist with rank of Director Kelvin MBUNDA is new station manager of the CRTV East.

WINNYAWOKO MOTALE, ASHU NYENTY, KANGE Williams WASSALOKO were both appointed as senior reporters with rank of sub directors. Jean Marie NKA replaces Marc OMBUI as Editor-In-Chief Television News, while Marc OMBUI replaces Adele MBALLA as station manager CRTV Centre. Madeleine MBONOU is the strong woman at CRTV Marketing and Communication Agency, CMCA, she replaces Emmanuel WONGIBE, now Deputy General Manager at CRTV.

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