Glencore Affair: Akere Muna to Release Names of Culprits who received 7 billion Bribe

Glencore Affair: Akere Muna to Release Names of Culprits who received 7 billion Bribe

N Melo
by N Melo
June 10, 2022 0

Glencore Affair: Akere Muna to Release Names of Culprits who received 7 billion Bribe

The names of the real culprits soon to be known

– New revelations are coming in the Glencore case

– Mr. Akere Muna is on the case

– The names of the real culprits soon to be known

It is a new twist in the Glencore case. This scandal of several billion has not yet finished to deliver all its secrets.

In the wake of this, Mr. Akere Muna wants to make new revelations. The lawyer and actor in the fight against corruption returns to the scandal that shakes Cameroon, and involves public officials of the National Hydrocarbons Company, the National Refining Company and the Anglo-Swiss oil trading company, Glencore International AG.

He reviews the different aspects of this case, including the actions and reactions of the actors, the corruption circuits, the consequences of this case for Cameroon and the measures to be taken.

The anti-corruption lawyer also indicated that within a month, he will be able to deliver the culprits of this scandal.

“I will be able to say who was receiving the bribes,” he said, calling on SNH and SONARA to take matters into their own hands or risk exposing them.

A few days ago, journalist Boris Bertolt drew up a list of five people to be interviewed in the Glencore scandal.

Glencore’s lawyers explained to the American justice system that they had paid 7 billion CFA francs to officials of the Société Nationale des Hydrocarbures (SNH) of Cameroon and SONARA for the exploitation of oil fields, marketing and oil purchase contracts.

The U.S. justice has claimed to have all the evidence of the names and amounts paid to senior officials.

So far, everyone on the Cameroonian side is denying it. SNH denies its involvement in a statement. Charles Metouck, who was director general of SONARA until 2013, denies having signed any contract with GLENCORE. However, since 2013, several reports already mentioned his relationship with GLENCORE. Nine years ago.

Ibrahim Talba Mala, who replaced Charles Metouck at SONARA, now Minister of Public Procurement, although he has not reacted officially, denies any involvement in the Glencore scandal.

But the heart of the matter is SNH. Four people must be interviewed in this case:

The Chairman of the Board of Directors: Ferdinand Ngo’o Ngo’o.

The Director General of SNH: Adolphe MOUDIKI.

The Technical Advisor N°1 BERNARD BAYIHA (now deceased).

Technical Advisor 2 JEAN JACQUES KOUM, Director of Gas

SIMON PALEY, Commercial Director of SNH and today General Manager of TRADEX.

To these should be added: AGNES DOLANGE ONDIGUI who sits on the EITI board.

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