To believe the staff of Jean-Marc Afessi Mbafor, he would have misappropriated funds related to the state grant and those granted by the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development.
The newspaper Emergence edition of June 13, 2016 discloses that the Ordinary and Extraordinary General Assembly of the National Youth Council of Cameroon (CNJC), held from 9 to 11 June 2016 “spilled much ink and saliva“. Employees of Jean-Marc Afessi Mbafor, the President of CNJC, are accusing him of embezzling for his personal interests the sum of 80 million CFA Francs.
“Around 40 million CFA francs for the year 2014 and 40 million by the year 2015,” the newspaper said. This was according to the said employees, funds from the state grant. Also those granted to the Council by the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development. A source who the newspaper requested anonymity adds to the supposed amount diverted and above mentioned the “money for the fiftieth anniversary.“
The daily reports that on June 10, the day of the meeting, “voices were highly elevated” when the financial report for the year 2014-2015 was issued by the Treasurer. His employees even wanted to once again to land on him as was the case in September 2015. “Before committing expenditure on government money, we must think,” said one of them.
Jean-Marc Afessi Mbafor approached for his version of the facts about these allegations responded by saying that “to the swirl of each other, that’s democracy.” For him, the CNJC uses the best way it can the funds made available. A source at the Ministry of Youth and Civic Education (MINJEC) reports that “CNJC had incurred the expenses worth 24 million FCFA in a week, so the MINJEC had to suspend accounts so that such expenses. should be easily traced “.
At present, a special commission has been set up. Its role is to reform the financial document.