Canada Cameroon: The Explosive Report of the Court of Audit on the Management of the Anti-Covid

07:10  21 may  2021
07:10  21 may  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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This is a report that exudes a scandal smell and that could have consequences for Yaoundé's politico-administrative establishment. This is the report of the Court of Auditors who led to the last hours on social networks. It lists the dysfunctions and malpractices in the management of funds dedicated to the fight against CVIV-19 in Cameroon. Between budget overruns, escape from doubtful service providers among others, everything passes.

With our correspondent in Yaoundé, Polycarp Essomba

The report makes 32 pages and aligns denunciations to give the Tournis.

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for example, while the government, through the Ministry of Research and Innovation, had announced that it had the capacity to locally produce five million chloroquine tablets and five million other of azethromycin, the report revealed That this activity budgeted at just over four billion CFA francs has actually been executed by an Indian manufacturer.

The tablets thus manufactured have just been conditioned upon receptions to Cameroon. An approach which, concludes the Court of Auditors, was contrary to the prescriptions of the President of the Republic.

With regard to the development of quarantine centers, the report indicates that orders and fictitious benefits have been recorded for an amount equivalent to nearly 134 million CFA francs. The selection criteria for providers and market allocation conditions are judged opaque by auditors. All things that have led to the contracting of providers to the states of dubious service. This progress report on Paul Biya's table since March 2021 is a total amount of CFA francs 180 billion.

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