KONDENGUI PRISON: 60 MILLION FOUND IN THE PRISON ROOM OF ATANGANA KUNA
routine search was conducted yesterday Thursday in the local vip of Basile Atangana Kouna
According to sources introduced, a routine search carried out yesterday, Thursday, January 3, 2019 in the local vip of Basile Atangana Kouna the former Minister of Water and Energy, would have allowed to get hold of a cash prize, from 60 million CFA francs.
Basile Atangana Kouna does not finish to make speak of him in the media. According to information received by our editors, the former minister imprisoned at the central prison of Yaounde in Kondengui since he left the government on March 2, would still be a fan of cash.
Camer.be has learned that a routine check carried out yesterday in his prison cell in Kondengui, would have put his hand on a tidy sum of 60 million CFA francs.
Already after leaving the government last March, Basile Atangana Kouna had tried to leave the country illegally, before being caught up in neighboring Nigeria where according to one another, he was in possession of nearly a billion CFA francs in currencies.
Visibly multiplying the escapades, a video of the former minister celebrating his 61st birthday on December 23, 2018 at Kondengui Prison, toured social networks. Basil Atangana Kouna, as it can be seen in the video, was then surrounded by his wife, children and other relatives.
Your diary will learn later that after this event which for some is normal and commonplace for respect and the right to life of everyone, the prison authorities have taken repressive measures against the former member of the government.
And if the find of 60 million francs CFA was proven, it goes without saying that Basile Atangana Kouna is very badly gone.