Drama at the Hotel Falaise Bafang: A creditor is almost killed by falling from the roof of the building

According to concordant sources, the latter claimed the sum of 6.5 million FCFA for services rendered to the owner of the international chain of hotels La Falaise.

It was around 4 pm Monday, March 6 that Mr. Métayers Émile, presented by our source as a creditor of the hotel La Falaise de Bafang, chief town of of Haut-Nkam division (West), fell from the hotel in what observers say is a suicide mission.

"Lucky to claim his money (6.5 million FCFA) for a long time, he went up to the roof of the hotel, sprayed it with gasoline, threatening to set it on fire if it was not paid illico presto.

Having measured the magnitude of the threat, the hotel officials preferred to call the police, fire-fighters, instead of paying M. Métayers Émile, service technician, for service rendered. Under the strong action of firefighters from Bafoussam, attempts to call the man failed and caught up in fear of being caught he jumped from the top of the building." Reports our source.

The scene took place under the stunned gaze of a large crowd outside the hotel.

 observers have questioned the motives of the CEO of Hotels La Falaise, Monkam Pascal, to justify the non-payment of this shabby debt for him, since "this multi-billionaire had just made a donation to more than 30 million FCFA At the Bafang Cathedral for the tiles, "we were hinted.

However Mr Monkam at a press conference in Douala Thursday March 9 claims he did not owe the victim who is a close relative of his. He revealed that his management attempted giving the man one million francs, but he refused threatening to cause havoc.

In the meantime close family members of the victim say he has been referred to the yaounde general hospital under a very critical condition:

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