Wednesday, 31 January 2018

The Organizing Committee Of Miss Cameroon Slams CRTV Of Broadcasting Fake News About Miss Cameroon 2018


The President of the Organizing Committee of Miss Cameroon(COMICA) has accused CRTV News Broadcaster Adele Mballa Atangana of broadcasting fake news that Miss Cameroon 2018 Caroline Aimee Nseke has been dethroned.

COMICA did not find CRTV's information broadcasted during  the 8h30 p.m French news by Anchor-lady  Adele Mballa Atangana on Tuesday January 29th, 2018 funny, and took to their Facebook page to slam them. "For sometime now, fake news about how  Miss Cameroon 2018 Caroline Nseke has been suspended/dethroned is being circulated. We are disappointed that this fake news was diffused by CRTV, during the 8 h 30 p.m news cast by Mrs. Adele Mballa Atangana. Miss Cameroon is still bearing and wearing her crown." COMICA wrote.

A judge at the Yaounde Court of First Instance last week, suspended Miss Cameroon 2018, over a pending court case filed at the Yaounde High court, by  candidate No 20 Caroline Biloa Kounou, 2nd Runner up of the competition who requested for the cancellation of the competition, because of some smart games by the jury.

Caroline Biloa Kounou was selected among the Top 12 who were to individually come before the jury, to express themselves. Surprisingly, she was not called up to the podium, but instead, Candidate No. 19 Aimee Caroline Nseke(the elected Miss), whose name was not among the Top 12, mysteriously found her way to the podium, and gave her speech that gave her the crown.

Asked why Caroline Biloa was not on the podium whereas her name was among the Top 12, COMICA lied she was called, but didn't show up. 


Her Legal Counselor refuted this claim, saying any of the contestants who was supposed to climb the podium was being escorted, and that not only did COMICA block Miss Biloa in the dressing room, but they also did not call her up for the one man show.


Asked why and how the crown bearer Miss Nseke, who is based in Switzerland with a double nationality,  found herself on the podium, whereas her name was not on the list of the Top 12, COMICA could not answer,  got caught in its own mafia.

It is the combination of all these irregularities, that pushed Miss Caroline Biloa Kounou to seek justice, asking for a cancellation of the 2018 Edition of Miss Cameroon, and damage repair sum of  30 Million F CFA to be paid to her.

Read also: COMICA dethrones Miss Cameroon 2016

Last year a similar drama, where COMICA itself dethroned Miss Cameroon 2016 Julie Frankline Cheugue Nguimfack for insubordination, and this action was highly condemned by the Cameroonian population. The crown was given to Miss Minkata Akomo Michele Ange Sandra, who was the then 4th Runner up.

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