Alafnet’s intelligence correspondent in Yaounde has gotten information that Cameroon’s president Paul Biya had planned a cabinet shake up which was to go into effect on Thursday, august 6 2015. We now understand that Mr Paul Biya had a sudden change of mind on the night before.

The supposed shake up consisted of 30 outgoing and 28 incoming members of government. With Mr Elvis Ngole Ngole replacing Yang Philemon at the Star building. While Minister Laurent Marie Esso was to become the Minister of State for Finance. The current Director of the Civil Cabinet Martin Belinga Eboutou would take office as Minister of State in charge of Justice and Keeper of the Seals. Post and Telecommunications was to be headed by Ebot Ebot Enow and its current boss Biyiti Bi Essam loosing his place at the eating table. Fouda Seraphin Magloire was to replace Luc Magloire Atangana Mbarga the Ministry of Trade. Alain-Noël Mekoulou Akame Mvondo becomes SG of the prime minister office. Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o was expelled from the government losing his position as Minister of defence to Jules Marcelin Ndjaga. The current DG CNPS Christmas Olivier Mekulu Mvondo akame was to replace the secretary general at the prime ministers office Louis Paul Motaze. Aminatou Ahidjo also gets Public Health top job, while Didier Gilbert Edoa, the current SG of Minepat was to seize the Ministry of Agriculture off the hands of ‘Essimi Menye who would be sacked. Charles Ndoungo would head Communications office.

There was also the coming back of Benjamin Amama Amama as Minister for the Presidency in charge of higher state control, replacing Henri Eyebe Ayissi who is sacked. Professor Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa was to become the General Secretary of the Presidency of the Republic; Abouem A Tchoyi becomes Minister Director of the Civil Cabinet. At The Ministry of Secondary Education, Professor Pierre Moukoko Mbonjo succeeds Louis Bapes Bapes – fired. While At the public health ministry, Philippe Mbarga Mboa replaces André Mama Fouda also fired. At the defence and security services, Paul Biya had planned to systematically dismiss all officials. Apart from the Minister of defence in charge of National Gendarmerie, Koumpa Issa replaces Jean-Baptiste Bokam. Former provincial governor Albert Ekono Nna takes orders at the police, at the expense of Martin Mbarga Nguele. The Directorate General for External Research, EKO Emile succeeded his name-sake and eternal rival Leopold Maxime Eko.

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