The audience was an occasion for the British High Commissioner to express his country’s support for the ongoing anti-corruption and embezzlement crusade in Cameroon championed by President Paul Biya. The fight comes at the moment all attention is focused on efforts to reach the completion point of the HIPC initiative. As such, the two officials also discussed about Prime Minister Ephraim Inoni’s recent trip to Washington, USA and London in Britain all in a bid to enable Cameroon’s files for HIPC completion point sail through the board meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this month. High Commissioner Maddicott told journalists after the audience that the , " British government and the international community are in support of Cameroon’s efforts to reach the completion point of the HIPC initiative". He said that during their discussions, the Prime Minister joined him in stressing that the HIPC completion will not be an end in itself but he beginning of heightened efforts to ensure more transparency, rigour and good governance in managing public affairs. They also stated the importance of debt relief to the country.

Prime Minister Ephraim Inoni also briefed High Commissioner Maddicott on Cameroon’s economic progress and the good governance programme. Both officials, according to the British diplomat also discussed the establishment of an independent electoral body in Cameroon.