Tianyuan Constructions Group Ltd, a Chinese company, has been awarded a FCFA 2.6 billion contract for the development and electrification of the Ngoye beach in Kribi. The project will last for a period of eight and a half months.
This project will be undertaken as part of the Competitive Value Chains Project (PCFC), led by the Competitiveness Committee, of which the Ministry of Economy is in charge.
The development of the Ngoye beach is, until now, the high point of PCFC in the ecotourism sector.
The PCFC also scheduled actions such as “the development of the ecotourism area around the city of Buea and the development of gorilla tourism in the Campo Ma’an