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Cameroon: Journalist interrogated for article he published

The boss of the bi-weekly publication Dieudonné Mveng, was before  judicial police officers on the 15th of June 2017, to answer questions for an article they published.

This story was published on 12 June, on the cover page and it read, "conspiracy at the top, how Ngo Ngo pits France against Paul Biya".

When approached by the Mutation newspaper, he divulged that, "I wasn't intimidated nor tortured. When I arrived the General Delegation of National Security, I was jovially received by the judiciary police officers who were to interrogate me. They asked me if I had read the article in question, and I said, I had perused through it and that it's author is a professional in writing, whom I had no doubts in".

Ferdinand Ngo Ngo, the Minister Delegate at the Presidency of the Republic is the one who is filing a complaint against the publisher. The National Communication Council (NCC), equally called the attention of the bi-weekly.

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