Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Exclusive - Atangana Kouna Stopped On a Turkish Airlines Flight

Despite the warnings of President Paul Biya against any attempt to flee Cameroon and the withdrawal of his passport, Basile Atangana Kouna wanted to board a Turkish Airlines flight.

He was arrested this morning at 4am at Yaounde Nsimalen airport with a child.

Holder of several passports, it is not his first time to want to flee Cameroon. He had tried to escape well before the cabinet reshuffle of March 2, 2018.
Exclusive- Atangana Kouna Stopped On a Turkish Airlines flight
He is not the only one in this case. Former Minister of Transport Mebe Ngo'o was also ordered not to leave Cameroon. His passport was also removed. According to sources, the home of Atangana Kouna and her friend Mebe Ngo'o are currently under close surveillance.

After being sacked by the government, he banned access to his home, including those who came to him with their encouragement.
The two former ministers of the Biya government are in the crosshairs of Operation Sparrowhawk. They must be waited by the Special Criminal Court for an alleged secessionist financing. The newspaper Le point, had revealed, the president of the Special Criminal Court was ordered to summon the two fallen ministers in his institution in the coming days.

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