The kings of business in Africa
The smile emerges from a face puffed out by a salt-and-pepper beard and wearing a helmet on this morning of June 13. The masked fluorescent green chasuble the object of the rally: the medal of the National Order of Valor that Hayssam el Jammal has just seen pinned by Gabriel Dodo Ndoke, the Cameroonian Minister of Mines and Industry. A distinction “on an exceptional basis” that President Paul Biya awards in recognition of the entrepreneur’s contribution to industrialization from Cameroon. “An invitation to work harder and to do better every day, in particular thanks to the incentive framework for investments put in place by the Cameroonian authorities and the import-substitution policy implemented by the government”, recognizes the person concerned.
[Série] Morocco, Cameroon, Ivory Coast… These kings of business in Africa
In a decade, this discreet fifties, arrived in Cameroon at the age of 7, descending of one family