Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Ndikinimeki Accident: Minister of Transport Reacts

The Minister of Transport sanctions and suspended the public transport license granted to Sylvain Lontsi, the owner of the stolen bus which resulted in the death of 31 passengers.

The Minister of Transport reports on the terrible road accident that occurred on 6 July 2018 in Bouterou in the Ndikinimeki District, Central Region. In a statement read in the newspaper of 13 hours of the National post of the CRTV on July 10, 2018 Jean Ernest Ngalle Bibehe said that the massacre that left 31 dead and 4 seriously injured was "probably" due to fatigue or drowsiness the deceased driver too.

We learn that the latter did not even hold a driving license and that the structure that employed him did not hold a 2nd category license. Her activity in this register made her a clandestine operator. The first findings of the minutes of the police and the minister's collaborators reveal that the vehicle was overloaded, had used tires, although having been subjected to the technical control by the technical center automobile Diagnostic automobile Cameroon 7 days before the accident.

Minister Ngalle Bibehe specifies that without prejudice to possible legal proceedings, he suspends the ordinary license of public transport of 3rd category granted to Mr. Lontsi Sylvain for two months as well as the certificates of registration of the vehicles belonging to the same individual for 12 months. Also suspended, the center of automobile technical control called automobile diagnosis Cameroon Bandjoun agency. It will have to stop working for three months.