The agreement was signed between the two parties on July 27, 2021.
A wind of change is blowing within Cameroon radio and television (Crtv). In question the granting by Japan of a donation in the amount of 145 million yen or approximately 725 million CFA francs. The signing of the exchange of note relating to this endowment took place on July 27, 2021, between the Minister of the Economy, Planning and Territorial Development (Minepat), Alamine Ousmane Mey and the Ambassador of Japan in Cameroon, His Excellency Tsutomu Osawa. This for the financing of the “Project for the improvement of the production equipment of the TV programs of Cameroon Radio and Television“. The ceremony took place in the presence of the Minister of Communication, René Emmanuel Sadi and the representative of the Director General of the CRTV, Charles Ndongo.
Speaking at the microphone of the national station of the CRTV, Alamine Ousmane Mey welcomed the gesture of Japan and recalled that these financial resources will be used wisely, in particular in the renovation of the technical equipment of the national media, the first accredited to broadcast the sporting event. to the public, very often demanding. Hence the need for advanced technological equipment.
The 33rd CAN is scheduled from January 9 to February 6, 2022. Even though there are some concerns about the on-time delivery of the infrastructure to host this major continental event, Cameroon hopes to be up to the task in all areas. All sectors involved in the organization are working to be there on the appointed day.