Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Tricia Oben is New CMCA Head in Douala

CRTV Boss, Deputy, CMCA Boss and Installed Officials
Newly installed officials of the CRTV Marketing and Communication Agency (CMCA) have been recommended to be hardworking in the discharge of their duties.

The General Manager of the Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV), Mr Amadou Vamoulke made the call while installing some 24 newly appointed officials of the agency in Yaounde on Tuesday June 4, 2013.

Amongst other things, the CRTV boss advised the new appointees of the CMCA to shun blackmail and backstabbing and to take pleasure in a job well done in order to make the CRTV Marketing and Communication Agency (CMCA) the best advertising company in the that domain in Cameroon.

“Take your job seriously and take pleasure in appreciation, rather than spend time talking about others and issues that are not of any interest to the agency”, Mr Vamoulke to the installed.

Mr Vamoulke also called on the new CMCA officials to show respect, collaboration and support to the delegated director of CMCA, Emmanuel Wongibe.
The CRTV boss told the newly installed officials that if they heed to his advice, “in the next one to two years we will see the fruits”.

He told them that Emmanuel Wongibe who is just barely six months old at the head of the CMCA has brought a lot of new ideas that will make the agency be a reference in the advertising sector.

Amongst the 24 CMCA officials installed was CRTV Littoral’s senior reporter, Tricia Oben who was appointed head of the CRTV Marketing and Communication Agency service in Douala.

Tricia receiving last minutes instructions from CRTV Boss
Talking to NewsWatch, Tricia Oben said besides being a journalist, she has been in the marketing and business sector for a quite some time now.
“I think it is that experience that will make a change or make a difference in Douala”.

She added that her new task needs a lot of organization, but sounded optimistic to live up to expectation.

With organization, it is possible to double or triple turnover, but “It takes somebody to be conscientious and business savvy to make the difference and I would to think that I am that person”, Madam Tricia said.

The 24 officials were appointed by decision N° 00441/CRTV/CA/PCA of May 28, 2013 following the new organizational chart of the agency.
By Ndi Eugene Ndi

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