The government of Equatorial Guinea announced on Wednesday August 19, 2020, its intention to bring to justice the wealthy businessman and his Vision4 TV channel, for false allegations relating to the failed coup d'état of December 2017 in this neighboring country. .
There is no doubt that the Cameroonian businessman Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga, the CEO of the “L'Anecdote” group, has a reputation that crosses borders, notably with entries in several countries of the Central Africa sub-region. The current no longer passes between the "Zomlo'o des Zomloa" and the government of Equatorial Guinea. In a statement made public on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 by its Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Equatorial Guinea threatens to bring him to justice, as well as its Vision4 television channel, for disseminating unfounded information against the democratic institutions of Equatorial Guinea.
He is accused of having allowed it to convey, during the program "Club d'Elites" on Sunday July 5, 2020, information about his alleged involvement in the rout of the failed coup in this country. neighbor in December 2017. But also to have allowed to prosper in the Cameroonian media space, allegations relating to an envelope of 50 million FCFA, given to him during his visit to Equatorial Guinea in 2015, and including misunderstandings around the sharing would be at the origin of his bickering with the General Delegate for National Security, Martin Mbarga Nguelé.
Equatorial Guinea indicate that "this information is fabricated in bad faith and responds to the bad intentions of Mr. Amougou Belinga and the channel" Vision 4 ", with the intention of staining the good reputation of Equatorial Guinea, in addition to harming to relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries, ”reports the Realequatorialguinea website.
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