Minister Tchiroma insisted that he was here to ensure that Cameroonian youths have the opportunity to gain skills in a company such as PMUC, among others.
As another goal, to protect the interests of these young job seekers who often look only at government for employment when several other opportunities exists such as in PMUC, and to encourage PMUC to officially open up a vocational school.
He called on the company, which was his first stop on Tuesday July 16, to open its training opportunities to young Cameroonian graduates, who have gone through University, but can’t find good jobs today because they have little or no knowledge of vocational activities.
Minister Tchiroma and his delegation made a tour of services at the PMUC building, and also held a working session with some staff of the company headed by the Board's president.
Today, PMUC doesn’t only promote horse racing, it is also a fan of football as it gives citizens the opportunity to win millions of FCFA, by predicting winners.
The working visit will take the Minister to Intelcia, Lana Biocosmetic, Sogea Satom, Alpicam, Cami-Toyota, Medecem and Biopharma, where he is expected to encourage them to recruit locals, mindful of the fact it is the desire of President Paul Biya to elevate poverty by empowering youths economically.