Three of such centres have been newly created in Limbe in the South West, Ebolowa in the South and Maroua in the Far North of the country and will be inaugurated in the days ahead. The remaining two centres in Bertoua in the East and Ngaoundéré in the Adamawa are yet to be constructed but are currently included in the 2014 state budget.
“In 2014, we want each region to have a centre for the Legalisation of Enterprises. These centers will reduce the cost, time and even the cumbersome bureaucratic procedure usually involved in the creation of an enterprise. The creation of an enterprise has now moved from 43 days to 72 hours (three days),” Bagda told this reporter.