Dark Days at Vision 4: Bruno Bidjang challenges Paul Atanga Nji after the CNC

Dark Days at Vision 4: Bruno Bidjang challenges Paul Atanga Nji after the CNC

N Melo
by N Melo
August 15, 2022 0

Dark Days at Vision 4: Bruno Bidjang challenges Paul Atanga Nji after the CNC

The National Communication Council (CNC), the media regulatory body in Cameroon, had sanctioned several journalists from Vision 4 a few days ago.

Obviously, the spokesperson for Jean Pierre Amougou does not flinch before the sanction of the CNC.

The CEO of Vision4 Television, Bruno Bidjang was still in office this Sunday despite his suspension by the National Communication Council on July 28.

The journalist was at the presentation of the program Club d’Élites on the media of Jean Pierre Amougou Belinga despite his suspension.

He thus launches a challenge to the National Council of Communication, a body created by Paul Biya. The President of Cameroon would also be very upset when we know that it is he who appoints the people to this body.

“We are not going to let this forfeiture of the CNC prosper”, he said a few hours after the sanction.

Bruno Bidjang who is beyond the journalist, one of the managers of the box, had just the day after the sanction maintained his presence in the club program of Elites. A week later he did it again, two weeks later he did it again. It will be as Vision 4 Television indicates, at the presentation of this program this Sunday.

The Minister of Territorial Administration,  Paul Atanga Nji called the journalists suspended by the National Council of Communication to respect the said sanctions.

“I would like to be very clear. The media who no longer want or who do not want to apply the sanctions of the CNC will come up against the firmness of the law. From this day, I will give instructions to the governors, prefects, sub-prefects, to accompany the CNC in the execution of the decisions taken. We will do it without the slightest complacency. Offenders just have to behave themselves,” underlined Paul Atanga Nji , reports the colleague Actu Cameroon.

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