MILITARY: PRESIDENTIAL GUARD COMMANDER CHARLES BEKO, NATIVE OF SANGMELIMA PROMOTED
Charles Beko? O Abondo presides over the destinies of this institution since January 2014
Raymond Jean Charles Beko? O Abondo who presides over the destinies of this institution since January 2014 received his new attributes on January 1st followed by a Mass.
Since 1 January 2019, the Commander of the Presidential Guard, Raymond Jean Charles Beko? O Abondo, enters the very closed circle of senior officers of the army, with his promotion to the rank of Colonel. He received his new stripes on January 1, 2019, a new challenge for this Superior Officer , which gave a more radiant face to his body, as evidenced by his many achievements.
Under the new Colonel cap, Raymond Jean Charles Beko? O Abondo, will now lead the troops under his responsibility, since January 28, 2014, when he took office in this institution, in charge of the protection of the Head of State, his family and other strategic institutions of the Republic. To celebrate this promotion, a Mass of thanksgiving was said by the bishop of Sangmelima, Christophe Zoa, to thank the eternal for its benefits.
It is like chief of battalion that he takes the orders of the Presidential Guard, in good manager, he revolutionized this institution the things, his states of services speak for themselves and are recognized. Facts of arms that allow him to enjoy the confidence of the hierarchy and climb the ladder. Today rewarded by the high command, Colonel Raymond Jean Charles Beko? O Abondo was born on May 8, 1972 in Batouri. He joined the army in September 1992 after completing a five-year training (1992-1997) as Army Officer at the Evelpidon Military Academy in Athens, Greece.
It was in 1999 that he joined the ranks of the Presidential Guard, where he held several positions until his appointment. A strict, disciplined, sober and respectful senior officer, he is always on the lookout for perfection. Very close to men, listening to his elements, he spares no effort to create the best working conditions, both for his elements and for the civilians practicing in this institution, who gave him the nickname “Little Jesus “.
Modernization and professionalization are the key words, as evidenced by the many achievements observed on the side of the Gp Camp in Obili, Ekounou, Minkama and Njore, today equipped with modern infrastructures, with the Sports Complex in the right place. of the Presidential Guard.