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Cameroon: Former Minister Joseph Owona at the Special Criminal Court

The controversial Joseph Owona who as head of FIFA's normalisation committee in charge of the Cameroon Football Federation, reportedly spent 11 billion FCFA within a two year period was allowed to go scot free by those who summoned him at the Special Criminal Court (TCS) on Thursday, December 10, 2015. The former Cameroon government minister and a Biya acolyte has embezzlement allegations hanging on him. Cameroon Concord has gathered from very reliable sources that Owona's end is near. The most arrogant Cameroon government official ever, Joseph Owona was seen painting a very humble picture of himself when he arived the premises of the special criminal court accompanied by his bodyguard on Thursday, December 10th.

He was punctual for the appointment and left the court house around 11:30 am, displaying a smiling and relaxed attitude. Cameroon Concord Intelligence Unit is yet to get the exchanges between Mr. Owona and investigators of the Special Criminal Court. But what we do know is that for nearly two hours, Joseph Owona was heard as a witness, not on his handling of the Cameroon Football Federation between July 2013 and September 2015, but on the management of public funds made available by the State for the participation of Cameroon's Indomitable Lions in the final phase of the World Cup Brazil 2014 and the final phase of CAN 2015 in Equatorial Guinea.

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