CIMA has its premises

No more permanent homelessness through Libreville in search of a better place to house CIMA services. The pan-African organization is now housed at the right sign after the inauguration of its headquarters in the heart of the capital of Gabon. In the presence of Mr. Sani YAYA, Minister of Economy and Finance of Togo and President of the Council of Insurance Ministers of CIMA, Mr. Emmanuel ISSOZE NGONDET, Prime Minister, Head of Government of the Republic of Gabon, proceeded to the solemn opening of the doors of the Headquarters.

With a total cost of CFAF 6.5 billion, the CIMA headquarters, built on an area of 2,482 m2, is a futuristic building built with the support of insurance companies and reinsurers located in the 14 states. of the CIMA zone who took out a loan. Housed in the administrative center of Libreville, the new building has been raised on seven levels, in addition to the ground floor and the basement of 900 m².

The Secretary General of CIMA, Mr. Issofa NCHARE, a Cameroonian national, paid tribute to the Gabonese government for the constant and multifaceted support provided in the realization of this ambitious project.

“The first honors are to the Gabonese State, without which this project of Headquarters would never have seen the day. Through this community realization, the Member States of CIMA reaffirm their commitment to continue the challenge set at the time of the creation of this body on July 10, 1992, in Yaoundé, Cameroon”, he said.

“This building represents a powerful tool of work and especially of regional integration. It also demonstrates the commitment of the Gabonese authorities, for the smooth functioning of the CIMA”, added Mr. Sani YAYA.

The Gabonese Government, through the voice of its Prime Minister, has expressed the wish to see this brand-new framework contribute to the outreach of CIMA. “Having now an ideal and pleasant work environment, I remain convinced that this new infrastructure will further galvanize staff and push the General Secretariat towards greater efficiency”, said Emmanuel ISSOZE NGONDET.