Cameroon News :: Where did Amogo Bilinga and Maxime Eko Eko go? :: Cameroon News

Cameroon News :: Where did Amogo Bilinga and Maxime Eko Eko go?  :: Cameroon News

Cameroon :: Where did Amogo Bilinga and Maxime Eko Eko go? :: Cameroon

Those accused of the assassination of journalist Martinez Zogo are at the heart of the controversy that threw the republic into turmoil last weekend. Is it true or false to edit these two characters? The press responded by competing for titles. Where did the two main accused go? People are running impatiently.

“Perverse justice.” A look back at the crazy Friday and aborted release of Jean-Pierre Amogo Bilinga and Léopold Maxime Eko-Eko. (Mutations pp. 5-7)

so what happened? Compelling information speaks about “Imbroglio”. In fact, according to the newspaper, the Cameroonian Ministry of Justice has once again dealt a heavy blow, creating complete confusion around this very sensitive issue. In fact, during the day of 1 December 2023, an order that was to be taken by the investigating judge of the military court was issued and circulated on social networks, demanding the provisional release of two of the main accused, Jean-Pierre Amogo Belinga and Maxime Echo. Eco. In a development early in the evening, still on social media, a document bearing the signature of the investigating judge shows that the order requesting release was forged…

“Free behind bars,” wrote L’Indépendant in a headline, appreciating that they were “free behind bars.” The order issued for the release of District Commissioner Léopold Maxime Eko-Eko and businessman Jean-Pierre Amogo Bilinga, clashed with another outing by the examining magistrate who was clearly caught between the anvil of impartial judiciary and the hammer of political pressure. The Daily Mutarat talks about “perverse justice.” It takes a look at Mad Friday and the aborted release of Jean-Pierre Amogo Bilinga and Léopold Maxime Eko-Eko.

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Elsewhere, in the National Assembly, it is time to defend the budget envelopes. Cameroon Tribune talks about “Great Orality”. Government members have been marching before the Finance and Budget Committee of the National Assembly since last Friday to present and defend the road maps for 2024 and the necessary resources. The various projects are organized around a total budget of 6,740.1 billion francs.

Regarding the Ngaoundéré-Garoa road, the newspaper Riberes wrote that “Ngannou Djumesi mocks Paul Biya.” The Minister of Public Works refuses to award the rehabilitation works of this important 242 km road to the Portuguese company Mota Engil in the amount of 282.7 billion CFA francs. He thus rejects the instructions of the Head of State sent to him by mail on October 31, 2023 by the Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Republic.

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