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Thursday, January 3, 2019

Accident of Batanga Chief: this is What really happened that leads to death of the couple


On their way to Yaoundé, the couple returned on Wednesday, January 2, 2019 from Kribi where they celebrated with family the holidays of the end of the year 2018 and the new year 2019.

Mahouve Michel, 61-year-old non-hierarchical magistrate and his wife born Ndjekoum Ngounou Julienne were killed in a traffic accident. According to sources, the accident occurred on the Kribi - Yaoundé axis in the late morning of Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

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"Magistrate Mahouve was driving his Prado Land Cruiser with his wife on his right. His car had a head-on collision with a Toyota pick-up. The front of the Prado car, especially the woman's side crumbled. It is to tell you the violence of shock. The woman died on the spot. The husband gave up afterwards, "says a family source.

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The woman teacher and her husband, Director of Non-Repressive Affairs and Seal at the Ministry of Justice, were returning from Kribi where they celebrated the holidays of the end of the year 2018 and the new year 2019.

The judge was also a traditional chief among the Batanga, a great people of Kribi, a seaside town in the Ocean Department, Southern Region.


Source: cameroon-info.net