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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

The personal fortune of Akéré Muna finally "unveiled"

In a press conference candidate this Monday, September 24 in Yaoundé, political capital of Cameroon, the candidate for the highest office, and leader of the Now movement, has made a declaration of its buildings and bank accounts.

At his headquarters in Elig - Edzoa district in Yaoundé, the lawyer said he has five active bank accounts.

In Cameroon

It has four bank accounts housed at Ecobank, Societe Generale Cameroun, Nfc Bank and Union des banques du Cameroun.


Abroad, Akere Muna owns two bank accounts, at Natwest Bank Camden Town Branch and City Bank New York.

To this inventory of bank accounts, the candidate Akere Muna has added "own goods" as well as "common goods." This is, for example, a building in kind of land located Essos district in Yaoundé, and another one in the Santa Barbara district (building sold),

wanting to be more transparent, the former president has declined all the posts he has already had to occupy, specifying each if the function is paid or not.

From his press conference, we learn that Akere Muna has two cars: a Toyota Land Crusier V8, and a Chrysler 300.

Akere Muna wants to be an exemplary head of state. This is why he wanted to present all his goods to the Media Men.

The leader of the Now movement, before presenting his state of health, even went further, by attaching a distinction (December 2015) received from the Directorate General of Taxes, "because of his exemplary declarative behavior ... making him one of the best taxpayers of the specialized center of the Taxes of the liberal professions and the real estate ".Presentation crowned by a certificate of no royalty.

As for his state of health, in addition to the small health problems that any individual faces, it is a healthy Akere Muna, that Cameroonians could have as head of state, at the end of the poll of 07 October next.

At 66, 106 kg for 1.80 meters, Akere Muna is more than ever standing and fit in all respects for the presidential office.