Friday, 18 November 2016

Cameroon - Eseka Train Derailment - Minister Mebe Ngo'o runs to President Biya in guilt and accuse the PM's Investigating Committee

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President Biya and Minister Mebe Ngo'o in the good old days


With just six days for the Investigating Committee to buckle up their findings on the possible causes of the Eseka train accident before submitting their results to the Overall Boss President Paul Biya, reports say Minister Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo'o of Transport is already feeling guilty, as he writes to H. E. President Biya.

He  accused the Investigating Committee of the train crash of wanting to put all the blames of the accident and its consequences on his head. 

In the letter, Minister Mebe Ngo'o said he is a victim of scores settlement orchestrated by his detractors to want to incite President Biya to lose the trust confidence he bestowed on him as the; Delegate General of National Security, Minister of Defense and now Minister of Transport.

Seme Ndzana diffusing this information exclusively on his Facebook page says President Biya re-transmitted the letter to Prime Minister Philemon Yang, head of the Investigating Committee. 

The members of the committee confronted Mebe Ngo'o, the Yaounde Train Station Manager, and the President of the Board of Directors of Camrail. They asked Leopold Maxime Eko Eko the General Manager for External Research(DMER) to come in as President of the Technical Committee of the investigation against Mebe Ngo'o.

The people Mebe Ngo'o gossiped about in his letter to   the Head of State were standing right in front of him, with the letter of accusation on the table. You can imagine the rest of the action.

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