The tax collector at the Oyenga market came to claim money for treatment.
This information is relayed by the daily newspaper Le Jour edition of 12 June 2017. David Ekoman, a tax collector at the Oyenga market in Ebolowa in the Southern Region, died in front of the office of the Government Delegate to the Ebolowa City Council (ECC). The facts date back to Friday, June 9, 2017. Justin Armand Belinga Ekoman teacher at Alam Government School and nephew of deceased met by the daily says “David Ekoman was seriously sick for several months, without financial means to cure himself because he accused three months of salary arrears to the ECC. Last Friday he decided to go sit-in in front of the office of the Government Delegate so that the latter finds a little money for him to treat himself “.
So it is a little after the arrival of the master of the place that David Ekoman aged 50 died. The newspaper said André Yves Mbongo’o, head of the communication, protocol and public relations department at the ECC, deplored the death. “What you need to know is that Mr. Ekoman was sick. He dragged a large tumor on his left leg.
The communicator of the ECC has been going through enormous difficulties for many months. This situation seriously affects the functioning of the structure itself and the living and working conditions of the staff. But the hierarchy assures that it initiated steps in the direction of unblocking this situation at the level of the treasury in Yaounde, “he said.