According to residents, Robert Lacroux illegally occupies the land where he built his Golf Club.
Robert Lacroux is in trouble in Kribi. The French, head of the company Golf Club in the capital of the Ocean Division, in the southern region, is accused of illegal occupation of the land where his company is installed. Disgruntled members of the Bouyie community of Kribi just met the S.D.O Antoine Bisaga to pose this problem, informs La Nouvelle Expression (LNE) July 8, 2016.
“In a correspondence dated 15 June 2016, the community roundly accuses the French to rely on the hospitality that was offered to ban the use of easements and waterways to villagers; The Golf Course Owner is also accused of holding fraudulent land titles, “reports the newspaper.
Local residents have even already threatened to vandalize the facilities of the Golf Club. But they were deterred by His Majesty Mouri Ngouo Thomas, Head of this village. It is the latter who seized the SDO of the Ocean division. According to the newspaper, “the plaintiffs are concerned about not being able to offer spaces for their farming activities with the voracity of which demonstrated the respondent. Robert Lacroux incurred major extension work on the disputed site; according to the village chief, the expatriate not only went beyond the area that was ceded to it by hospitality, but much more, he became in turn the landowner, who does business by selling shares to ‘the Chinese. “
The plaintiffs expect the decision of the SDO. “The Kribi Golf company is headquartered in Kribi since 2005; it occupies an area of 32 hectares. This Private Golf Club has a 9 Holes approved for international competitions. It hosts an average of six competitions per year. Personalities of a certain class are involved in these competitions, including businessmen, Director Generals, Ministers, etc., “reports our colleague.