Cameroon – Corruption: The State lost at least 171 billion FCFA in 2015 due to corruption

Written by Deckson N.

According to the 6th report of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Conac), made public this Thursday in Yaounde, the State of Cameroon lost more than 171 billion FCFA in 2015.

In this document, which takes stock of the fight against the scourge in Cameroon, the Conac affirms that the State has lost more than 171 billion FCFA, due to corruption.

The four mobile operators are accused of not paying their taxes in the state coffers.

Along with these losses, eleven ministries are reluctant to enforce the current regulations against corruption, the Conac said.

These include the Ministry of Communication, the Ministry of Sports, Finance, Agriculture, Water and Energy, Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Reports the Conac.

The Conac, which celebrates this year 10 years of existence, claims 13142 cases of denunciations, which have resulted in several legal proceedings.

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