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Dix mille agents publics fictifs débusqués au Cameroun

APAnews | Plus de 10 000 agents publics fictifs ont été débusqués et rayés du fichier de la solde au Cameroun, selon le bilan d’étape publié par le ministère des Finances et que APA a pu consulter vendredi.

Rentrant dans le cadre du comptage physique du personnel de l’État (Coppe) lancé en avril 2018, cette exclusion massive des bordereaux de paiement permet au Trésor de réaliser une économie annuelle de l’ordre de 30 milliards FCfa.

En juillet 2018, une opération similaire avait permis de repérer quelque 44 000 fonctionnaires présumés fictifs ou décédés et dont les salaires étaient perçus par des tiers.

Pour 2019, les salaires, primes, pensions et autres avantages du service public devraient constituer une masse salariale de 1058 milliards FCfa, en hausse de 3,32% par rapport à l’année dernière.

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5 comments

  1. **** ADVICE ****

    The GOC can also make some savings of taxpayers money by dismantling the following white-elephant structures:

    1. the so-called commission on bilingualism
    2. the so-called commission on disarmament

    The cost of these ventures is out of proportion to their usefulness. They are considered expensive but with ZERO, I repeat ZERO benefits. Simply put, they are COST CENTRES.

    As a reminder,

    1. the 15 members of the so-called commission on bilingualism recently bought 15 bilingualism limousines for an astronomical amount of 700 (seven hundred ) FCFA. The limousines have the latest gadgets on planet earth.

    2. ex-convict Atanga Nji uses the so-called commission on disarmament to play his dirty tricks. His FAKE Amba boys and FAKE Boko Haram have been “disarmed” severally.

    • CORRIGENDUM

      1. the 15 members of the so-called commission on bilingualism recently bought 15 bilingualism limousines for an astronomical amount of 700 (seven hundred ) MILLION FCFA. The limousines have the latest gadgets on planet earth.

  2. Operation Antelop, started in the 198ties. If up to now the show still goes on,
    then this is big business and Y`de, should answer. The money and people, are there
    in Y`de. Business, as usual. Added to what ministers etc have stollen, it qualifies the
    country, to fall in line with other shithole countries.

  3. Good friends and fellow citizens, let me share a few reflections. We often leave earth’s atmosphere and go searching for solutions in the upper stratosphere. We leave simple thousandaires and go after millionaires or billionaires. How sad!
    At some point during the prolonged crisis, an unsung hero, an unknown quantity indeed, spotted something, got inspired and moved to correct it. On the side of a CRTV van, he carefully erased STATION PROVINCIAL DU SUD-OUEST and replaced it with SOUTH-WEST PROVINCIAL STATION. Did he save the vehicle from the ire of protesters? Probably. He did what the Musonge Commission with all its human and material resources could not do.

    That is the sad reality we all face, that with all the abundance at our disposal, we cannot fix this lingering mess. Of course that

    • was not the best of solutions. Instead of obliterating the French appellation, all he needed to do was simply introduce the English version. All the same it was a solution and possibly contributed to calm tempers at a given time and place.
      The Musonge Commission is at least two years old. What is there to show for it?

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