Cameroon’s Ambassador to the neighbouring country, Désiré Jean Claude Owono Menguele prefers parties at loggerheads arrive at a consensus.
Cameroonians residing in Equatorial Guinea have been warned against dragging their compatriots to court in the neighbouring country.
In a release signed by Cameroon’s Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea, Désiré Jean Claude Owono Menguele that has gone viral, it is clearly stated that the only way to initiate legal proceedings against a compatriot should be when all avenues for a consensus explored with the help of officials at the Embassy have been fruitless.
He states that defaulters of this order should henceforth be expecting repressive measures to befall them.
Read the full communique below.