CAMEROON NEWS: AKERE MUNA SENTENCE TO 18 MONTHS IN PRISON
cameroondailyjournal.com|At age 66, Akere Tabeng Muna, is excluded from the scope of coercion by body because of article 565 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CCP) which states that “the restraint by body can not be exerted nor against persons under the age of eighteen (18) or over sixty (60) years of age at the time of execution, or against pregnant women “.
Condemned to pay a fine of 1 million CFA Francs and 511,000 FCFA in the case against his sister Ama Tutu Muna (false statements, concealment of evidence, forgery and use of forgery in private commerce, editor’s note), younger, he would now be under arrest warrant for not having been present in court on October 23, 2018 to pay these sums to the public treasury. When he was younger, he would have been jailed for 18 months in accordance with article 564, paragraph 1, g of the CPP.
At the correctional hearing of the court of first instance of Yaoundé, administrative center of Tuesday, October 22, 2018, in addition to these pecuniary sentences, Akere Muna receives three years of imprisonment suspended for five years. Clear and crisp information This punishment is consecutive to his guilt established by the court on the facts concealment of evidence, forgery and use of forgery in private or commercial writings, those of false declarations not being held against him.
This is the first epilogue of a long serial that began on January 24, 2018. On that day, Akere Tabeng Muna asked his sister to give him a photocopy of his national identity card for a mortgage. Not understanding how one arrived at this point in an estate that had the means to avoid any bankruptcy, on February 19, 2018, the former Minister of Arts and Culture assigns “for purposes of judgment of inheritance and sharing All his four living brothers (Bernard Acho, Walijom Fombad, George Fombi and Akere Tabeng).
This is an interview given to “The Voice”, issue no. 104 of Tuesday, March 20, 2018, by his other brother, Bernard Acho Muna, in which he states that “the estate [of the late Solomon Tandeng Muna] has been settled for ten years and my youngest is aware “that sets fire to the powder. Surprised to be so quoted while expecting a hereditary judgment, the younger Muna, assisted by Mr. Fostine Chebou Kamdem Fotso, seized the court once again. In criminal law, she claims that her signature was imitated on the documents that led to the June 2002 decision of the Douala-Bonanjo Court of First Instance.
A graphological expertise requested by the lawyer of Ama Tutu Muna, that the cohort of councils of Akere Muna (about twenty among which former bakers of the order of the lawyers of Cameroon) will not dispute will establish that “the Ama Tutu Muna’s signature was well and truly imitated by her brother; the latter has made an administrative stamp of the Douala-ville gendarmerie company that does not exist; Akere Muna used a tax stamp of 500 FCFA in 2002 whereas, for two years, it had been changed to that of 1000 FCFA. Hence the condemnation of this day.