Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Cameroon's Minister Of Finance And SG At The Prime Minister's Office At The Center Of Kalkaba Malboum's Corruption Scandal

Following Colonel Hamad Kalkaba Malboum's Corruption allegations that led to his disqualification from the Presidential Race of Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa(ANOCA), a document has emerged from the said Association, accusing the Cameroon government in clear terms of wanting to corrupt election officials, so that they should vote for Kalba.

The Association complains in a letter dated Sunday, 7th May 2017 that they came across certain documents, where the Secretary General at the Prime Minister's Office Seraphin Magloire Fouda wrote to the Minister of Finance ALAMINE Ousmane MEY, asking him to release the sum of 186 226 000F CFA(One Hundred and Eighty Six Million Francs), to support Kalkaba's candidature. 

These money  according to the letter, would have been used to corrupt members of the African delegation to vote for Cameroon's Kalkaba Malboum.

According to the letter, Kalkaba's Campaign in West Africa would have gulp down 67 000 000 F CFA(Sixty Seven Million Francs) of the said amount, while members of Southern Africa would have all shared the sum of 32 207 000 F CFA(Thirty Two Million Two Hundred and Seven Thousand Francs).

Kalkaba's close collaborators had rejected his disqualification saying it was biased and unjust, and that they were to table a complain during ANOCA's 17th Ordinary General Assembly that began holding since  Tuesday May 9, 2017 in Djibouti.

Looks like they were ruled out, as during yesterday's sitting, ANOCA elected its new Executive Committee, that will steer the affairs of the Organisation for the next four(4 years). 

The free and fair elections that was attended by the International Olympics Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach, saw the re election of Ivorian's Incumbent President, Intendant General Lassana Palenfo as President, and Kalkaba was no where during yesterday's agenda.

Read the letter, obtained  below from Boris Bertolt's Facebook wall
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