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Eséka, a highly historic city of Cameroon, was the first to receive the economic project that the political movement “CRAC” proposes to Cameroonians. It was last Monday, August 14, 2017, during the launch of the party’s activities in the Nyong-et-Kellé Division.

"40 measures to achieve Cameroon’s takeoff through Agriculture in 5 years". This is the title of the project carried out by the political movement Believe in Cameroon (CRAC). It was presented to the populations of Eséka at the place known as "Case Communautaire", on August 14th.

Surrounded by a few leaders of the movement, Bernard NJONGA has developed, with figures and practical examples, four of the 40 measures that the CRAC intends to implement, namely: The reorganization of Cameroon into 5 Regions corresponding to the five agro-ecological zones of Cameroon, the reduction of the number of ministries, the establishment of subsidies to producers in the form of production rewarding, and the reformulation of education at the basic level. This has resulted in attracting more sympathizers, convincing the undecided of the economic potential of the country and stimulating a massive adherence to the project.

A ten-member office was set up at the head of the Nyong-et-Kellé Division. The book "I continue", which is an autobiography of Bernard NJONGA was also presented and autographed. A few copies of the project have been distributed until it is available to all Cameroonians throughout the country.

It should be noted that before this ceremony, the CRAC team did not fail to salute the memory of the persons who died during the railway accident of October 21, 2016 and went to the scene, not far from the station. A wreath of flowers with the inscription: « REST IN PEACE» was laid down near the shell of the train N ° 152 still on the spot.

The delegation also paid tribute to Ruben Um NYOBE, the emblematic figure of Cameroon's struggle for independence. Another flower wreath bearing the inscription "THANK YOU FOR ALL" was placed on his grave. The duty of memory has been accomplished under the leadership of the patriarchs of Eséka.