Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Why Former PM Inoni Ephraim & Ex-MINATD Boss, Marafa Hamidou Yaya were Arrested

Former Prime Minister Chief Ephraim Inoni have passed their fight nights in Prison. The spectacular arrest that took place a day ago public opinion holds Cameroonians simply do not care. Even though tension and tempers flared in Bakingili and Garoua, the homes of the two personalities arrested, there is relative calm as at this morning a source hinted.it should be noted that local media this morning relate their arrest to the acquisition of the Presidential Plan that never was. For newspapers and other media houses on the reported on the scandal over the controversy trying to justify who did what and where for the buying of the President's airplane .
It happened that the day the plane Albatross made it first trial, it aircraft developed mechanical problems. The worst and the ugly side is that President Biya, wife and children were inside.  It was later revealed that the plane was an old abandoned aircraft in the bush somewhere in America that was just flashed with paint to pocket billions of FCFA taxpayers money. At the time, Marafa Hamidou Yaya was secretary-general at the presidency and Ephraim Inoni was his deputy. Inoni later went on to be prime minister from 2004 to 2009. The main actors in the transaction Jean Atangana Mebara Former Minister, Yves Michel Fotso GM of Camair by then and former Cameroon Ambassador Jerome Medougah to the United States of America were already arrested and are still in Prison.
Chief Ephraim Inoni and Marafa were arrested yesterday after they were called up to appear in Court to prove their non involvement. Arrested yesterday at about 12 noon, the two statesmen were accompanied by forces of law and order to meet their alleged partners in the scandal at the Kondengui Prison. A school of thought holds that the arrests were made to divert the public from the ongoing crucial national debate on the new electoral code which many say is a mockery. 

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