In his native country of Cameroon at the slight mention of his name on the streets; you unleash a never ending dialogue of praise about the young man. And why exactly? Because he is everywhere: he is an honored graduate of the U.C.A.C (Catholic University of Central Africa Yaounde) for his noble initiatives to improve the lives of the African youth. He was named one of the 30 most promising African youth entrepreneurs in 2014 by Forbes. He has been praised and invited to events by many renowned names in the world such as President Ali Ben Bongo Ondimba of Gabon for the IDB (Islamic Development Bank) Group Third Youth Development Forum for Youth Entrepreneurship in 2014.
Despite the titles and all the praises, he is a relatively calm individual as he welcomes us into his offices at Madlyn Cazalis in Yaoundé with a firm handshake, an honest and direct smile and with refreshments. It seems client service is just apart of who he is. Something he says many youth have not learnt even though they apply for jobs in public service or private companies.
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