Jean de Dieu MOMO, the Minister Delegate to the Minister of Justice, has granted audience to the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals of the Republic of Niger and acting President of the Council of Ministers of OHADA, His Excellency IKTA ABDOULAYE MOHAMED. The audience which held on Monday 7 November 2022 was part of a working visit that he led in Cameroon from 4 to 8 November 2022.
Accompanied by OHADA’S Permanent Secretary in Cameroon SIBIDI DARANKOUM and his operational team, the President of the Council of Ministers of OHADA came to evaluate the level of completion of the project of construction of the OHADA headquarters in Yaoundé initiated since 2016. This project, IKTA ABDOULAYE MOHAMED said, was a major concern and was discussed at the last Council of Ministers that held in Niamey and would be discussed in the next Council of Ministers of OHADA that is to hold in December 2022.
The Permanent Secretary of OHADA, SIBIDI DARANKOUM said, the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals had helped the institution to acquire new land in the administrative quarters in Yaoundé. All the documents are up to date and have been transmitted to the President of the Council of Ministers. After all the administrative procedures, the Minister of Justice, in liaison with the Minister of Finance and the Permanent Secretariat for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa has put in place a Committee to examine and follow up the project and its financing. This committee has received orders to go forward with the concretisation of the project.
After all discussions and clarifications, the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals of the Republic of Niger, IKTA ABDOULAYE MOHAMED instructed more celerity to all the actors involved in the process and informed that the subject of the project to construct the OHADA headquarters will be on the order of the day of the next meeting of Council of Ministers next month in December. He reminded them to take note of deadlines by sending their observations and work done so far in due time for the experts of OHADA to have time to examine them.