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RCA: Emile Parfait Simb has finally SCAMMED Touadéra with the fake SANGO coin

RCA: Emile Parfait Simb has finally SCAMMED Touadéra with the fake SANGO coin

N Melo
by N Melo
August 30, 2022 0

RCA: Emile Parfait Simb has finally SCAMMED Touadéra with the fake SANGO coin

Wherever he goes, he claims victims. Emile Parfait Simb, the boss of Simb Group and Global Investment Trading who became infamous after scamming thousands of people with his Liyeplimal product, had taken refuge in the Central African Republic where he is presented as one of the right arms of President Faustin-Archange Touadera. The 39-year-old Cameroonian actively sought after in Cameroon, France, the USA and Canada succeeded in convincing the Central African president to make cryptocurrency the official currency of this poor country ravaged by several years of political crises.

On July 25, Faustin-Archange Touadéra personally launched the project called Sango which should put an end to poverty in the Central African Republic and on the continent. According to RFI, the project provides for the creation of a tax-free zone, located on Monkey Island, opposite the capital, Bangui, on which palaces, casinos, a large stadium and a water park would see the light of day.

In return, foreign investors will be able to pay for the Central African passport at $60,000 in cryptocurrency. They will also be able to acquire plots of land without difficulty. This project put together by Emile Parfait Simb will not see the light of day as planned. CAR’s Constitutional Court, the country’s highest court, has dismissed several elements of the bill as unconstitutional. The Central African Passport is not for sale.

Civil society organizations accuse the President of the Republic and his clan of organizing a vast operation to sell off state assets. “What shocked us the most was the selling off of Central African nationality but also the selling off of our land. The lands of the Central African Republic belong to the Central African Republic,” said Ben Wilson Ngassan, spokesperson for the G-16, the organization that seized the constitutional court.

In the cryptocurrency market, nothing is going as planned. Of the 210 million tokens offered for sale, only 13 million have been purchased. “A sluggish start compared to the launch of other cryptocurrencies, in the opinion of observers. However, this is not the time for conclusions and we will probably have to wait until the end of the year to find out more about the good performance of the Sango Coin”, indicates the Russian media Sputnik which remains cautious on the issue.


“I met the devil. I saw it with my own eyes”. It is with these words that Lady Alice sums up the description of Emile Parfait Simb with whom she had the misfortune to collaborate. Lady Alice is the promoter of the African Financial Tradex Awards, an event that rewards the best African traders.

In 2019, Emile Parfait Simb applied to be nominated for the event. After investigation, the structure retains it and awards it a prize. Simb then invites Alice to Cameroon to show her his beautiful and great achievements. The young entrepreneur is seduced. In the process, the boss of Liyeplimal asks Alice to create in Ghana a branch of the Simb Group and Global Investment Trading (GIT) specializing in cryptocurrency. The young lady explains to him that fundraising for operations of this nature is not authorized in Ghana, so they decide to create Simb City, a company focused on real estate investment.

In a video posted on her Facebook page, Lady Alice acknowledges having helped Emile Parfait Simb to acquire several buildings in Ghana.

She was also appointed Director of the company. But the collaboration between the two entrepreneurs will not last. Lady Alice can’t stand her partner’s behavioral deviations. Simb inflexible, decides to separate from her. The latter claims without success the payment of its invoices. Simb refuses to pay.

As Lady Alice concentrates on her own activities, she receives a letter from Ghana’s intelligence services, accusing her of carrying out money laundering operations on Ghanaian soil. Her passport and that of her husband were seized. The couple’s assets and bank accounts are frozen by the Ghanaian authorities convinced that Lady Alice is part of a money laundering network. Meanwhile Emile Parfait Simb, on whose behalf the buildings were purchased, refuses to help his former collaborator. Today Lady Alice has lost everything and wishes to inform national and international opinion that she has never collaborated with Emile Parfait Simb in fundraising or cryptocurrency operations. His trials are pending before the Ghanaian courts.

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