Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Ousted Bozize in Y'de, His Ministers Spotted in Douala


After last Sunday coup in Central Africa Republic by the Seleka rebels, ousted President François Bozizé went to the DRC in a helicopter but according to what we gathered, Kinshasa would not have accepted this cumbersome parcel on Congolese territory. Sources say François Bozizé took off for Cameroon. Upon landing in Batouri, he was received by the Senior Divisional Officer and was later escorted by elements of BIR to Yaounde on Monday night where he will settle in one of the hotels. The Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh sources say paid him a courtesy visit. Yet sources say the ousted President has been given just three days to stay on Cameroon territory before moving out.
Some of his former cabinet ministers are reported to have been spotted in the economic capital Douala. They too have move into a hotel in the capital city for their safety.
President's family it is alleged has been spotted in the DRC, Congolese authorities have confirmed. According to the spokesman of the government, Bozize’s family sought for asylum and it was granted for "humanitarian reasons."


When News Breaks Out, We Break In. Minute by Minute Report on Cameroon and Africa

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