Emmanuel Etoundi Oyono, CEO of the port of Douala is dead

The Director General of the Autonomous Port of Douala (PAD), Emmanuel Etoundi Oyono, died Sunday in Paris (France) following an illness at the age of 65, according to AFP

The last public appearance of Emmanuel Etoundi Oyono dates back to March 22, 2016. Visibly emaciated, he had taken part in the awarding of the ISO 9001 certification ceremony at the Port of Douala  in the presence of Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o, Cameroon's minister of Transportation.

Mr Etoundi had been sick for a while and was out of the Job-side for quit some time, on 11 December 2015, the Board of Directors of the Port of Douala (PAD) had met and had appointed Charles Michaux Moukoko Njoh  to the post of interim CEO on interim basis with the primary mission to contribute to the improvement, coordination and harmonization of services activities and equipment that place among the most stressed in the sub-region.

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