Paul Biya, The head of the State of Cameroon announced Sunday evening on the occasion of his traditional message to the youth who is celebrating the 53rd National Day, the creation of 500,000 jobs during the year just started.
Cameroon President said’ “the government will continue the operationalization of a job-forecasting system at the same time as the strategic axes of the priority action plan of the national employment policy will continue to be implemented.”
The President of the Republic promised that access to vocational training will be improved, both through the diversification of the sectors and the densification of the training offer in new centers.
“The level of this will be raised thanks to the opening in the capital, Yaoundé of the National Institute for the training of trainers and program development,” he added.
He had also recalled the economic and security difficulties of the country, which could only be overcome thanks to the virtues of the people, especially his courage and self-sacrifice.
500,000 jobs were created in 2018, thanks to major projects in progress, agricultural, road and infrastructure projects as well as work carried out by decentralized local authorities.
Young compatriots should become actors
The head of state hired his young compatriots to become actors in the new agricultural policy known as the second generation, to appropriate the possibilities offered by the implementation of the industrialization plan and the development of digital technology. The objective being to reach a level of growth compatible with the ambition of the emergence of Cameroon.
In addition, a way of doing politics that often violates not only democratic principles but also the law, Paul Biya also asked the youth to take the democratic paths leading to the management of society “by voting, by presenting in an election, by being elected municipal or regional councilor, deputy or senator “.
“You will also, not give in to idleness that can lead to bad behavior, such as delinquency, alcohol and drug abuse. He urged
“The government will have to take urgent measures to fight mercilessly against these scourges that undermine youth and ultimately threaten the future of our country.” He concluded
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