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A typical attitude of mistrust and theft in Cameroon has brought a Douala based truck driver behind bars

Tsamo Francis is presently detained in a cell at the Bonassama Public Security Police Station in Bonaberi on accusation of making away with 5 tons of imported product to be used for the production of kitchen salt.

The man who drives the heavy duty vehicle matriculated LT 716 DE, was to transfer the products from the Douala Seaport to SOCAPURSEL's SASEL Factory in Bonaberi, Douala. Security forces at the Seaport say the transit company, Agence de Prestations Maritime, which was responsible to deliver the product to SOCAPURSEL alerted them when Tsamo Francis was found in another corner of Bonaberi far from the initially agreed destination (SASEL Factory) offloading the product.

When the driver was nabbed by Bonassama police forces who rushed to the scene, he explained how he had struck a deal with a certain 42-year business mogul in Douala, names withheld. Port's security forces in collaboration with police in Bonassama are charging the business mogul with complicity.

Meanwhile, the owner of the vehicle, Dongmo Thomas, is being accused of negligence in connection with the theft. Further interrogations are going on to bring all who are responsible to book.

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