The president of this body sounded the alarm, in a statement issued on January 5.
The president of the National Anti-Corruption Commission announces to the national public that cases of fraud perpetrated by false agents, claiming to belong to Conac, are more and more recurrent in some cities of Cameroon.
According to Dieudonné Massi Gams, the methods of these false agents have been identified, hence this alert addressed to the public. It specifies that these individuals use the scam on the phone, the presentation of false professional identity documents, or use false official documents.
The Conac claims to have arrested and put at the disposal of justice several suspects, including a certain Samba René Yesus, president of the national union of professional urban drivers of Cameroon, who presented himself as the representative of the Conac in the city of Bertoua.
It should be noted, however, that this is not the first time that Conac has been the victim of such cases of scams. Already in March 2012, a gang led by Romeo Ndipsi, who presented himself as a senior officer of the Conac and head of a mission composed of four people, had raged in various administrations of Bertoua for nearly a month. The unfortunate were arrested on March 23, 2012 and brought to court.
The president of the Conac consequently invites the victims of cases of scams to seize the nearest police or gendarmerie services, and to inform the organ.