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Buea-Cameroon: Teller Disappears With 175 Million From Credit Foncier


The ex-cashier of this financial institution, Buea's agency, is accused of manipulating client accounts.

According to the weekly Kalara of Monday 27 March 2017, the Credit Foncier du Cameroun (CFC), sues a former employee for alleged misappropriation of the sum of 157 million FCFA. The money in dispute was allegedly distracted from the Buea branch in the south-west region by Rose Ngala Mokate, who until March 2015 held the position of cashier and customer manager.

Indeed, two years ago, the accused had asked permission from her hierarchy for a few days to attend the funeral of her sister. During his absence, the interim cashier, will find that the payments of certain customers, shown on the booklets, do not correspond with the figures mentioned in the machines. After two days of investigations carried out by the management of this agency, which in fact compared the data of all the customers, a difference of more than 17 million FCFA appeared, considered as cash deficit, charged to The accused. She will receive a request for explanation as soon as she returns from her leave.

In response to the request for an explanation, the accused will acknowledge the alleged offense and request a delay in returning the money stolen. What Rose Ngala Mokate will do, whose husband will return the sum total disputed. Unfortunately, a second audit team will stay at CFC Buea, from 3 to 10 March 2015. At the end of this visit, the control report drawn up by the said team will make a statement of more than 157 million FCFA hijacked , In addition to the 17 million FCFA returned. A complaint will be filed against Rose Ngala, followed by her dismissal, reads the newspaper.

While there is some doubt that the accused can succeed in mounting such a scheme without having a few complicities, the Criminal Court (TCS) will do its utmost to ensure that the light is The case. Already, on March 21, the four prosecution witnesses, formerly the accused's colleagues, were heard before the CHT. The next hearing is scheduled for 7 April. Meanwhile, Rose Ngala Mokate, the accused, simply fell into the wild.

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