Akere Muna files complaint against SONARA, two other companies for corruption, money laundering

Barrister Akere Muna has filed complaints against three companies in Cameroon for alleged corruption, money laundering, tax fraud and custom frauds.

In a press release signed by the Barrister’s spokeperson, Paul Mahel, he reveals that workers of the National Oil Refinery Company of Cameroon, SONARA, Glencore Exploration Cameroon limited and the National Hydrocarbon company, SNH, were involved in lots of scandals between the years 2011 and 2018.

He has submitted three separate complaints at the Wouri high court in Douala, the Mfoundi high court in Yaounde and at the Senior State Council of legal affairs department Limbe, urging the government to investigate the cases.

“In accordance with Article 145 of the Cameroonian criminal procedure code, law no 2005 of July 27, 2005, Akere Muna has filed a written information with the three legal authorities mentioned above, disclosing facts that constitute offenses committed between 2011 and 2018 by agents and or employees of SONARA, SNH and Glencore,” a section of the press release reads.

The press release further states that Glencore has admitted to being involved in corruption following their conviction by the courts of the United Kingdom and the United State of America.

The Barrister has added that he is ready and available to give details and information concerning the cases.

This is coming at a time when a document surfaced on social media, allegedly revealing that the monthly salary of the Director General of the National Hydrocarbon company earns F CFA 25.000.000.

The same document which CNA got from social media reveals that the least worker at the company earns F CFA 900.000.

Source: Cameroon News Agency