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Cameroon – Eseka Tragedy: We Will Use Article 115 of French Penal Code To Compel BOLORE Pay For Damages – Barrister FRU John NSOH

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Written by Deckson N.

After listening to the end of Year message of Head of state Paul Biya of last December 31,2016 and on the Eseka train accident, the head of the team of legal experts defending the victims has vowed that they are going to take the group Bolore and Total who reportedly own 87% shares, to a court in France.

Barrister FRU John NSOH was guest on special program Monday on a Douala based Channel, Equinoxe Television, he said “He, Paul Biya, created a commission after people died in Eseka, that report I am told is on his table because he gave 30 days and the 30 days have elapsed, he has that report, what has he done on that report?

The legal mind says court action is the only solution and that the legal team will not pay attention to manipulations or attempts to calm them, “I as the head of the legal team defending the deceased and injured victims can assure you that we are not going to hear anything from this country because we know that the man who killed our people is so powerful .We are not expecting him to take any decision that will affect the rights of those who died and those who were wounded. So we are going ahead to defend them not only here but also in France where those who killed them come from. The people who run CAMRAIL are all Frenchmen, I want to make it clear here they are all Frenchmen and we have clients who are Frenchmen and who were wounded in that accident, so we are applying article 155 of the French Penal Code and we are going to go after that man, the man who owns 87% of CAMRAIL, group BOLORE together with TOTAL, we are not giving up and we will go to the logical end.

The legal mind revealed during the interview that they will be heading to France next week with the case file together with their international partners. Barrister FRU John NSOH was actively involved in defending victims of the Kenyan Airways Mbanga Pongo incident.

By Wilson MUSA via CIN

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