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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Flore de Lille, released on bail plus her thank you massage to Cameroonians


She was arrest on 18 April 2019 in Yaoundé as a result of a complaint by a member of the presidential family named Evrard Eyinga Meba.

Flora of Lille breathes again the air of freedom. The judicial police department in Yaounde released the "star" of the social networks on April 22, 2019. Magina Nkenkom Kouolitto (her real name) was detained since April 18, 2019. As part of an investigation for outrage against modesty, defamation and insults "opened against her after the filing of a complaint attributed to the nephew of the President of the Republic of Cameroon, Evrard Eyinga Meba. For this reason, a warrant had been issued against the Franco-Cameroonian by the public prosecutor at the Court of First Instance of Yaounde administrative center on December 6, 2018. Flore de Lille is released on bail. It will have to pay the sum of one million CFA Francs to leave the premises of management of the judicial police.

"I thank my country first of all for having believed my innocence. I thank the justice of Cameroon for having respected the principle of impartiality and fairness of justice. I am warm to the heart. And for that I will not forget to thank all my friends my family and all my fans who supported me all over the world, for their psychological support and their encouragement, because all this allowed me to keep a positive attitude during this tough ordeal I went through in Cameroon.Once again, thank you all. I continue to firmly believe in the institutions and justice of Cameroon, "she reacted on the Internet. The beautiful lady also sent thanks to France.

Flore de Lille was attending the wedding of a relative when she was arrested by the police. Opponents of the regime in her country of origin, have seen in his detention a settlement of political accounts. The activist Narcisse Nganchop, for example, argued on Sunday, April 21, that the darling of Cameroonian netizens was arrested for being passed to the opposition.


Source: Cameroon-info.net