HomeNewsTerrorism: Paul Biya accused of financing Boko Haram
The Task Force against Money Laundering in Central Africa (Gabac) revealed in its April 2017 report that the State had paid a ransom for the release in 2013 of the seven members of the French family Moulin- Fournier.
In its publication of April 2017, the Task Force against Money Laundering in Central Africa (Gabac) made a major revelation: Cameroon paid the sum of 3.5 million dollars (about 2 billion FCFA ) To the terrorist group Boko Haram.
It was in April 2013 when the terrorists abducted seven members of the French family Tanguy Moulin-Fournier. Gabac has a confidential report from the Nigerian government that says “Boko Haram collected about $ 3.5 million from the French and Cameroonian negotiators in exchange for the hostages.“