Saturday, November 17, 2018

Cameroon: Two military officers Arrested at a Dam


Adjutant Elle Patrice and Master Ntimbane Emmanuel, both on duty at ACVG Sud, have been detained for a few days at the Djob dam, a small town in southern Cameroon, by Chief Warrant Officer Adjamo Ella of the Southern Gendarmerie Legion. during a routine check.

The two soldiers were aboard a Toyota Avensis vehicle registered L04003. In the closed rear trunk of the Vehicle were two persons of foreign nationality: a Burkinabe and a Malian. This is Dabone Ibrahim, born January 1, 1982 in Kendkodogo, Burkina Faso and Camara Camara Alhassane, born November 18, 1993 in Bamako, Mali.
Inside the vehicle, there were also two Cameroonians: Gbetnkom Oumarou, born December 17, 1983 in Foyett and Ndem Ibrahim, born in Nkimon, all traders in Kye-Ossi, Cameroon-Equatorial Guinea border. The four men wanted to enter Cameroon fraudulently with the complicity of the two men in uniform who had hidden them in the trunk of the vehicle and under the rear seats.

The two military members of the practice of facilitation of illegal immigration are reproached. At first, both soldiers were taken to the Southern Gendarmerie Legion for hearing. Then they were put at the disposal of the Military Security (SEMIL) for competence.
The two foreigners are put at the disposal of the police for illegal immigration. Recall that since the coup failed in the night of 27 to 28 December 2017 in Equatorial Guinea, border surveillance between the two countries is particularly strengthened

Source: AfriMag



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