In the heart of the tumult, a land of 100 hectares, of which the Minister of Land Tenure, Jacqueline Koung A Bessiké, registered in favor of a “fictitious” community.
The traditional chiefs of the canton of Longasse, Dibamba subdivision, Sanaga Maritime division are angry. And for a good reason, on August 25, the Minister of Lands Tenure (MINCADAF), Jacqueline Koung a Bessike, registered a land of 100 hectares in favor of a community called “Bloc Pont sur la Dibamba“, in Missole I. She was first seized by a member of this block who claimed then 300 hectares of the estate patrimony of the canton of Longasse.
“This village does not exist in our canton. It is nothing but a fictitious creation of the chief of land, “supported the village chiefs, who accuse the MINCADAF by these words. Consequently, people in the canton of Longasse threaten to block the bridge over the Dibamba on the Douala-Yaounde axis during the 2016 Women African Cup of Nations (AFCON) if they don’t restore their rights, Reports the daily Le Messager of Tuesday, November 15, 2016.
Indeed, this direct registration for the benefit of the fictitious-communities seems not to be the last. According to the notables, “fifteen direct registration procedures for the benefit of the fictitious-communities, presently being processed in the services of the regional delegation of the MINCADAF of the Littoral, follow their course with a curious and unusual celerity“.
A source attached to MINCADAF did not think it necessary to pronounce on the subject, arguing that this is an extremely sensitive case that can not be reported in the media, the newspaper said. According to traditional leaders, it is imperative that an investigation be opened around this case, which has a perfume of corruption, likely to jeopardize social peace.