Garga Haman Adji, the President of the Anti corruption commission and chairman of the Alliance for Democracy and Progress-ADP has declared that President Biya has asked him to mediate with the striking Anglophone teachers, lawyers and trade unionists. Garga Haman made the declaration over CRTV today adding that he was confined the mission during new year wishes at the Presidency of the Republic. From that declaration, Garga is expected to meet members of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium to better understand the Anglophone problem. He however sounded so optimistic that he will be up to the task.
It should be noted that Garga has held several high-level administrative posts, working as Sub-Director of National Security, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Finance, Secretary-General of the Ministry of the Civil Service, and Finance Director of the National Electricity Company of Cameroon. He then served as State Inspector and Deputy Director of Inspection and Administrative Reforms. He was latter appointed Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms and he resigned from the government on 27 August 1992.
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