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  • Cameroon - Media report: Disgruntled staff at poultry market threaten with bird flu - May 19, 2017

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    Cameroon: They threaten to "spread the avian flu on May 20" National Day

    By Admin - May 19, 2017

    The licensed staff of the Mvog-Betsi poultry complex is threatening to be talked about on Saturday at the Boulevard du 20 May in Yaoundé, during the celebration of the feast of Unity. It is the newspaper Sans Détour which relays this information in its edition n ° 207 of Tuesday May 16, 2017.

    "Since our hierarchy and guardianship mock our miseries, we will make ourselves heard. On May 20th, in place of the National Unity Day, under the eyes of the Head of State, we will spread the avian flu across the street.

    We have no other choice, "said a staff delegate, the threat barely veiled . It was about fifty employees, who was sacked, due to illness, at the height of the last epidemic of avian flu.

    They say they have seized the minister who has not responded so far. "When we were dismissed because we were sick, we seized the Minister of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries on numerous occasions.

    Unfortunately, Dr. Taïga has never given us an attentive ear; He has never shown any interest in this matter. We are abandoned to our sad fate, incapable of having enough to feed our children, to provide for their schooling, their health and even to lodge them, "indignant a delegate of staff quoted by the newspaper Sans Détour.

    http://africa24.info/2017/05/19/came...rd-mai-samedi/
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