It's so saddening today that the African sociocultural and cosmic Fibre that use to connect families and lineages together seemingly have become ruined by copy catting of European ways of life. These mundane European ways of life that aren't comparable to ours have left societies in a state of topsy turvy. If this wasn't the scenario, how could a nephew be accused by the uncle for haven confiscated his home, illicitly converting it into his father's residence.
The complainant, Florent . E accuses his nephew for illicitly converting his house to his father's residence. Tabling the matter at the Nfoundi Court of First Instance, his nephew presented his own version of the story. " As a son of my father, my sister hadn't any place she could call her home.
My father then showed her a house in the Etoudi neighborhood. Before she died she left behind very firm instructions, alluding that the house should become the property of their elder brother, who had passed away several years ago. The house was then given to his daughter.
When she became of age or matured,she came and requested for the parcel of land that is being occupied by sister and her children. My sister rejected her request. Unfortunately she decided to begin creating problems here and there. Now her children want to recuperate what belongs to them and they are refusing to bulge.
It's for this reason that this complaint has been filed in two different courts for judgment and verdicts by the competent Court Judges.
The case has been adjourned for a latter date. Cases in Cameroon often suffer from protracted adjournments and this kills the spirit of equity and justice .Justice delayed is justice denied.