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Cameroon's Anti-Corruption Jailings Questioned

Cameroon is divided over the fate of some of President Paul Biya's closest former aides who have been arrested and detained on charges of corruption, attempted corruption and embezzlement. The nearly two dozen former ministers and heads of state corporations, including Ephraim Inoni, the central African nation's last prime minister, are said by some to be political victims of Biya's three-decade rule. For secondary schoolteacher Njika Alain, the arrests may have been...

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