By Hope Nda
The Chief Executive Officer of EL HADJ Limited, Kan Akenji Frankline, has revealed that his mission, through EL HADJ LTD, is to resolve youth unemployment and the illegal migration of Cameroonians out of the country.
In February 2019, Kan Akenji, a young enterprising Cameroonian, saw the need of putting resources together to fight these vices – which have been destroying his countrymen for a long time. The result of his endeavour was EL HADJ LTD, a company specialised in enhancing employment and fostering legal migration among Cameroonians.
“Today, it is common to watch the news and see people dying on the shores due to illegal migration when the legal opportunities are enormous,” says Mr. Akenji, who adds that, “My Mission is to curb that problem and help youths have decent jobs”.
Kan Akenji says El HADJ Limited boasts of touching over 1,000 families in curbing unemployment and for providing for them a legal path to travelling abroad. It plans to reach out to millions of Africans in the next decade.
“The dream is being fulfilled as you can find its branches across the country and with their recent dive to a foundation, which enhances job employment and fosters legal migration,” Akenji adds.
Mr. Kan Akenji, the man behind the brand, is a Cameroonian statesman to the core and a pupil magistrate, too.