Douala, 6 January 2020
Eneo Cameroon S.A. announces that Mr. Serge Esso is from this day on, the Special Adviser to the General Manager. To this end, he is expected to represent the company before the Government and other key stakeholders, within the framework of Institutional Relations and Strategic Affairs.
After the resignation of Mr. Nana Kontchou, we would have expected to have another Cameroonian, why an expatriate?
It should be noted that Actis is committed to providing Eneo Cameroon with an experienced person in the core business. Eric MANSUY has held several management positions in power utility companies in Eastern Europe (as President and CEO), and has a wealth of professional experience in Africa. He brings more than 30 years of experience in the transmission and distribution of electricity, which will help improve Eneo’s performance while increasing customer satisfaction.
The destruction of the facilities that carried the "D33" line serving the town of Mbalmayo and surroundings was caused by the Nyong water current that damaged the wooden poles supporting the structure.
Have you ever searched far and wide for the solution to a serious problem, only to later discover that the answer was “right under your nose” the whole time? In the case of this Eneo innovation project, the surprising solution was found (literally) right under the team’s feet. And the impact of this resourceful solution is improving access to electricity while changing a segment of Cameroon’s entrepreneurial landscape.