CORRUPT OFFICIALS EXPOSED IN CAMEROON? *E GO BOOM!*

CAM_PEDIA CONFIRMS THE BELOW;
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The National Anti-Corruption Commission, CONAC, will render public some corrupt officials on Wednesday, November 25.

The occasion will be the launching of the report on the state of the fight against corruption in Cameroon in 2013.sources at the CONAC headquarters in Yaounde say the report is a telling document that does not only expose acts of corruption, but also names and shames corrupt officials in the country.

The Special Criminal Court that is specialised in the prosecution of suspects who have allegedly embezzled State funds ranging from FCFA 50 million will be given a copy of the report.

The launching of the 2013 corruption report by CONAC is somewhat belated. In 2014, CONAC programmed the launching of the report for a particular date but quickly postponed the occasion indefinitely. Although there was no official explanation as to why the ceremony was postponed, talk was rife that the presidency did not approve the launching of the report, allegedly because the presidency took exception to some of the names of State officials that featured in the report.

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4 Comments

  1. Tcharbuahbokengo NFINN 26th November 2015 at 4:40 am

    It’s a beginning of a good start. It would be appreciated if the report be made available in both English and French.

     
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    1. DorothyDiamond 26th November 2015 at 8:35 pm

      I seriously support your comment – because we all need to have the truth like a writing on the wall.

       
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  2. Chonkis 28th November 2015 at 5:21 am

    Hehehehe! Na laff di do me..

    Did anyone notice the picture accomanying the caption? “ETOUDI – Palais Presidentiel”
    So far as i am concerned, we all know things should start from the building down to the normal man like me.
    And from what i read, embezzlement according to this information is considered stealing from FCFA 50 million and above.. hmmm #FEAR

    Nevertheless, it starts from somewhere. And considering Cameroon is a “Bilingual Country” that document should be published in both languages as you guys rightly said. Let’s wait and See.

     
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    1. DorothyDiamond 30th November 2015 at 9:48 pm

      Yes everyone is calling for a translation and since the dates came and went we have not heard any updates…

       
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