The Confederation of Imams of Cameroon received Shanda Tomne, author of the book “J’ai compris Yves Michel Fotso (I understood Yves Michel Fotso)“, on 22 November 2016 in Yaounde.
After his visit to Ibrahim Mbombo Njoya, Sultan of the Bamouns, Shanda Tomne, an ardent defender of the former director of Cameroon Airlines, visited the Muslim community of Yaounde to meet with Cheick Ibrahim Moussa, Grand Imam of Yaounde And President of the Confederation of Imams of Cameroon. According to Le Messager of Thursday, December 1, 2016, this meeting aimed to solicit the adhesion of the large Muslim community to the idea of a presidential pardon in favor of Yves Michel Fotso.
“Our goal is to pray, to beg, to prostrate ourselves so that the time of the President of the Republic that will soon be the time of forgiveness, of reconciliation,” explains Professor Shanda Tom. In the same vein, the Grand Imam of Yaounde argues that “there is a time for punishment and a time for forgiveness,” one reads in the daily.
This approach to the Muslim community is in line with the strategy established by Professor Shanda Tomne. A strategy to reach out to opinion leaders, leaders of men and communities to send a message of forgiveness as a plea for the liberation of Yves Michel Fotso by presidential pardon.
At the end, the writer is ready to do anything to make triumph “the truth” about the accusations of financial malfeasance that led to the imprisonment of the son of the billionaire Victor Fotso. “I can tell you that my younger brother was actually able to vex people and perhaps put an act that did not please the Head of State. But Yves Michel Fotso did not steal or hijack the assets of CAMAIR, “said Shanda Tomne.