According to information filtered to alafnet.com, Cameroon minister of transport Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o is becoming more and more a suspect in the Eseka commission of inquiry set by the head of state, Mr Biya to investigate and report the 152 Camrail train derailment.
Alain Mebe Ngo’o had written a letter to the President of the Republic accusing the members of the Commission of Inquiry of wanting to make him alone bear all the responsibility and consequences of the railway accident of October 21St which claimed 79 lives and hundreds injured.
In the letter to Biya, our source Seme Ndzana indicates that the former minister of Defense thinks he is a victim of a settlement of accounts Organized to make him pay for the trust that he gained from the president of the republic.
Paul Biya returned his letter to the Head of commission of inquiry, PM Philemon Yang.
Alafnet.com also gathered that the members of the Commission latter summoned Minister Mebe Ngo’o, the Head of the Yaoundé Railway Station and the chairman of board of directors of Camrail .
During meeting the DGRE, Leopold Maxime Eko Eko, testified against Mebe Ngo’o as President of the Technical Commission of Inquiry.
We are told that Leopold Maxime Eko Eko, whom he had accused in his letter of fury to the President did not spare Minister Ngo’o at the watchful eyes of all members of the Commission .
The commission which was given 30 days to produce a report, has just six days to summit it’s findings to the President of the Republic.
By Evangeline Sih
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