Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Former SONARA GM Charles Metock, Six Others Arrested


Charles Metouck: Former GM SONARA
The former General Manager of SONARA has been arrested alongside six others. According to information gathered, Charles Metock and six of his former collaborators are detained at the Buea Prison. Sources say the former GM entered his office after he was sacked to carryout an obnoxious act which consists of destroying some document. Informed of the incident, the State Counsel ordered for an immediate arrest as well as the arrest of six of his former collaborators who are helping investigators to probe into the matter. Sources say many heads will roll at SONARA giving the nature of the act committed. However, some unconfirmed sources say the former GM tiptoed into his office to destroy the traces of some documents. More so, it is alleged he also signed some documents whereas at that particular moment he was no more the man in-charge. Besides, public opinion is wondering how someone who was sacked from office had access to the GM’s office with the tide security at SONARA. Whether he (Charles Metock) had the duplicates of the keys into his office is another trace investigators will uncover. Yet government sources say his arrest is not linked to Operation Sparrow Hawk, the anti-corruption drive that has been giving nightmare to barons of the Biya regime. Yet by destroying sensitive and administrative documents, Charles Metock classified sources hinted may find himself in serious trouble. A school of thought is of the opinion that a special audit should probe into his management before the new General Manager swings into action

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2 comments:

Senores Basil said...

It is obvious that plotting a an act one must always hope for a result. good or bad will be the outcome.Cameroon the say is taking a step in to an emerging economy.For this to happen not only on ''papers and pens'' but rather on the field, it is necessary that such corrupt minds are apprehended and tried.Not only that but the ''Embezzled sum'' seized from them.
By Mbuohzah F.Tobias.

Senores Basil said...

It is obvious that plotting a an act one must always hope for a result. good or bad will be the outcome.Cameroon the say is taking a step in to an emerging economy.For this to happen not only on ''papers and pens'' but rather on the field, it is necessary that such corrupt minds are apprehended and tried.Not only that but the ''Embezzled sum'' seized from them.
By Mbuohzah F.Tobias.