Douala: SDO bans Maahlox from performing in Bonamousadi

The SDO for Douala 5, Tchakui Nounde Jean Marie, has signed a release banning the controversial Cameroonian musician, Maahlox le vibeur from holding a musical jamboree which comes up on July 6th 2017 in the snack bar MERMO at Bonamousadi, one of Douala's beautiful quarters.

The SDO stands on grounds that Maahlox's musical shows  are often rife with tensions due to controversial declarations which usually put many people at loggerheads.

Mr Tchakui has urged the Douala 12 commissioner of public security to take all necessary measures to see that the decision is fully  respected without any compromise.

The artist who has been at the center of many scandals these days is yet to react to the decision.

The author of popular songs, 'ça sort comme ça sort and tueur pour tueur' is said to be coming out of a hospital bed  after an aggression in a night club  two weeks ago. Before his aggression, le vibeur as he is porpularly called, was summoned to answer questions at the secretary of state for defense ( SED)  following his outrageous and opprobrious declarations made concerning the demise of the late bishop of Bafia, Jean Marie Benoit Balla when he went missing.

Most Cameroons who do not adhere to his musical genre have concluded nemesis is fastly catching up with Maahlox.

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