David Nkotto Emane and his close collaborators, including his deputy as well as former Finance Director are under investigations for financial misappropriation.
The General Manager of the Cameroon Telecommunications Network, David Nkotto Emane has been barred from leaving the country pending investigations of alleged financial misapropriation, security sources say.
His Deputy, Richard Maga, former finance Officer, Enow Keneth Agbor and five others have also been imposed travel bans, according to state statement from the Delegate General for National Security Martin Mbarga Nguele which was leaked out to the public on Monday.
Boris Judicael Nganou (coordinator of the Mcn program), Evarist Dieutoss (former head of human resources), Marcellin Tsaam Ngah (engineer), Benjamin Gerard Assouzo’o (head of the procurement department), Jean Claude Mfou’ou (auditor) have also all been barred from leaving the country.
The Delegate General for National Security in a note says the measure has been taken following instructions from the Head of State, after a report from the Supreme State Audit on alleged cases of financial misappropriation carried out between 2010 and 2015, estimated at around 9 billion CFA francs.
All border security officials have been chared with enforcing the travel ban.