Tuesday, January 21, 2020

A Commissioner struck by lightning by Martin Mbarga Nguélé

His hierarchy hammers that he took as a pretext a precarious health to abandon his men and his service, this information is from the newspaper Kalara, publication of Monday January 20, 2020.

According to the weekly, Nguenda Martin Roger, former public security commissioner for the city of Tmbel, Southwest, is guilty of unjustified absences as is apparent from a decision by Martin Mbarga Nguélé, General Delegate at the National Security (DGSN). 

The 55-year-old ex-commissioner, with 37 years of service to his credit, and now in addition to the workforce in a police unit in Bafoussam, brought the case before the administrative court.

The report of irregular absence from the post signed by the DGSN on August 29, 2018, deprives the senior police officer of salary, we read in the columns of the newspaper. 

In his version of the facts, the former commissioner explains that he took office in Tombel on February 5, 2014 and carried out his mission without interruption despite the security challenges linked to the crisis that is tearing this region apart. He evokes the plots and the low blows of certain authorities of this locality against his person.


Source: 237actu.com