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Eric Gagnon

Barack Obama withdrew U.S. visa to some corrupt camerounian politicians and their family.

U.S. President believes that some officials are corrupt and that their bank accounts in the United States are disproportionately' ' furnished '' compared to the level of living in Cameroon.

In a note signed and sent to the Head of the Cameroonian State through the U.S. embassy in Yaounde, the Obama administration is the listing of the Cameroonian politicians banned from the USA Saturday. America justifies this decision by the results of investigations by their agents on the accounts of some Cameroonians abroad and on U.S. territory. FBI agents and CIA have found that certain politicians in Yaoundé had too many accounts ''furnished' ' in contrast with the general standard of living of the average Cameroonian. They have thus reached the conclusion it is the taxpayer's money diverted. Hence decide not to issue visas for the United States for these persons, their wives and children. Anyone already in possession of a U.S. visa and whose names appear on this list will have these visas simply suspended.

It should be recalled that the former USA ambassador to Cameroon, Niels Marquardt had repeatedly said that the United States prohibit the entry of any person whose property in the United States are considered suspicious or ill-gotten . He had at one time, pleaded with members of Cameroon for the respect of Article 66 of the Constitution which requires any person who accesses a political office to declare their property. This law has never been applied starting with the first of Cameroonian, President Biya.
The threat has been implemented . Most recently, the current ambassador of USA in Yaounde, Janet Garvet, affirmed her support to the Cameroonian authorities in appropriate cases where they wished to repatriate assets held by some Cameroonians pinned under the operation hawk . She then stated that the U.S. secret services will provide full support.

Please find below, the list of 44 billionaires submitted by the Americans to Mr. Biya to continue the EPERVIER operation he started last March 2006. The list was published by a local newspaper called the Le Jeune Observateur and listed the billionaires in order of importance:

1. Polycarpe Abah Abah

2. Alphonse Siyam Siwe

3. Emmanuel Gerard Ondo Ndong

4. Gervais Mendo Ze

5. Remy Ze Meka

6. Pierre Desire Engo

7. Akame Mfoumou

8. E.N. Etonde Ekoto

9. Atangana Mebara

10. Marafa Hamidou Yaya

11. Zacheus Mungwe Forjindam

12. Njankou Lamare

13. Charles Metouck

14. Peter Akumchi Awa

15. E.E.Etoundi Oyono

16. Talba Malla Oumate

17. Aristide M. Okouda

18. Yves Michel Fotso

19. Jean B. Bokam

20. O. Olanguena Awono

21. Iya Mohamed

22. Josep Edou

23. G. Roger Belinga

24. Louis P. Motaze

25. MevaâEUR(tm)a MâEUR(tm)Eboutou

26. Roger Melingui

27. Pierre Titi

28. S. Mounchipou

29. Gregoire Owona

30. Patricia Enam

31. E. Mongori

32. Nyamsi Mongue

33. Charles Tawamba

34. Laurent Nkodo

35. P. Ngamo Hamani

36. A. Manga Massina

37. Rebecca Ndedi

38. Alain Edgar Mebe NgoâEUR(tm)o

39. Perrial Nyodog

40. Lucien MevaâEUR(tm)a

41. J. Njomatchoua

42. Caroline Abah Abah

43. Foumane Akame

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Oyez

Mostly his tribesmen. These people totally lack the capacity to think long term.

Niyong

Mr. Eric,

Please desist from posting false and discredited information here. The US embassy publicly repudiated this false list over a month ago and said no such list exists, so I fail to understand the purpose of posting it here....

Ngumsi Protus

If this list is published by Americans then there is something lacking on it.Paul Mvondo should be the 'maillot jeune' of this kind of list. I doubt the source of this list and there should be many more thieves added to it.

Bob Bristol

Oh! Here we are again with an issue to keep us "busy". I wouldn't dwell on the source of the list. I think it's just a reminder that some crooks still participate in State banquets and are still entrusted with state budget.

Well, I expected new names; not these old obvious cases.

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