CAMEROON FRAUD CASE: TWO ACCUSED OF CHEATING CAMTEL OF FCFA53M
Last Thursday saw a court case come to trial of four individuals - Ngalle Wansi, Ndongo, Tamjong, Bakabé, Sofi et Nanga - who were accused of diverting calls from a line, causing incumbent Camtel a loss of FCFA53 million (USD102,000). The line belonged to Movogo Armand, an agent for Camtel. He said that although he had ordered the line, he had never received it. Although Camtel was not represented at the Tribunal, a number of its technical staff were present. The case is complicated but from reports of the evidence it seems clear that a number of Camtel employees were involved in the fraud.