The new Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development is a tax expert.
Prior to his appointment last Friday as Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, Gabriel Ndoke Dodo served as Secretary General of the Ministry of Lands, Cadastre and Land Affairs, which he kept for six months only. Originally from the district of Kétté in the Kadey department, in the eastern region of Cameroon, the new minister has had a classical secondary course with a bachelor's degree in the A4 series. His university studies continued with a degree in private law and a master's degree in private law.
He is admitted to the National School of Administration and the Judiciary (Enam) financial control (taxes). He holds a postgraduate degree in Tax Administration and a Diploma in Advanced Business Law. He began his career on July 8, 2002 in the Ministry of Finance as Tax Inspector. He has been in turn Administrative and Financial Director at the Chamber of Agriculture of Fisheries, Livestock and Forestry of Cameroon, under Director of Budget, Equipment and Maintenance at the Ministry of Civil Service and Reform administrative, inspector inspector at the specialized center of taxes of the liberal professions and real estate of Mfoundi, inspector at the regional service of the taxes of the Center, head of the divisional center of the taxes of Douala 14,
Bertoua East Taxes and inspector inspector at the Eastern Regional Control and Audit Brigade.
State Clerk, Dodo Ndoké Gabriel was National President of the Association of Pupils and Students Nationals of the Eastern Region, he was also part of the 1998-2000 promotion of the student councilors of youth and animation of the National Institute of Youth and Sports (Injs) of Yaoundé. He is married and has seven children.