Thursday, 28 January 2016

Cameroonian Files A Complaint Against Paul Biya

On Wednesday, January 27th, 2016, Woungly Massaga  filed a complaint against Paul Biya, President of Cameroon. The UPC militant filed the complaint to the Supreme Court Of Cameroon against Biya for violating Article 66 of the Constitution on the Declaration of Assets.
The following is excerpt taken from Mr Massaga's complaint...
“I have the honor to come to your high court to complaint against Paul Biya, President of the Republic of Cameroon, for aggravated and deliberate violation for 20 years of the Constitution of our country, notably Article 66 on the declaration of assets of President of the Republic and those of other managers of the public wealth. “
“Through my lawyers, I would respectfully ask you, gentlemen the judges of the Supreme Court, to kindly solemnly consider the infringement of the Constitution. That is why I ask you as a complainant to impose a penalty of one year in prison to Mr. Paul Biya per year of infringement of the Constitution or a total of 20 years imprisonment with seizure of all his assets and those of his beneficiaries, “
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5 comments:

  1. oh my God this is great ,but the question is, are they going to see into his complain and take proper major to handle this case ?

    If the court can handle this case according to the law without any favoritism or discrimination then i bet y'all that Cameroon will be a great and prosperous nation again

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  2. Pa go fine work work. Popol ahead ahead

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  3. I hope something is done about it

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  4. Hmmmmn. What a brave move! Just like my Nigerian guy is doing 4 his ppl.

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