Cameroon: Transport Minister suspends all state agreements with Fly Caminter airlines company

Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo'o, Cameroon's Minister of Transport has just suspended all operations and agreements earlier signed between the Cameroon government and Fly Caminter airlines company following Cameroon Concord’s report on the issue. In a statement read over state radio and television late yesterday, Minister Mebo Ngo’o noted "The Minister of Transport informs national and international opinion that the activities of the AQUA 2C airline, which intends to operate under the trade name" FLY CAMINTER "are suspended as of March 24, 2016 for non-compliance with regulations ". 

Cameroon Concord Intelligence Unit reported that the airline "Fly Caminter" had failed woefully in Gabon and Congo-Kinshasa. We also revealed that claims of 51% controlled by a Cameroonian businessman were untrue. The airline has a mafia boss who has never operated a bank account in any of the African countries hosting his business. The pilots and crew are paid via offshore accounts. Fly Caminter's coming to Cameroon had been initiated by a highly placed government official at the presidency of the republic.

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