On the 16 August 2014, the accused BUBA AMINA INUSA was arrested flagrante delicto by forces of law and order in illegal possession of two (02) elephant ivories without a certificate of origin. The ivories were hidden in his vehicle. During interrogations, he acknowledged committing the offences as charged and pleaded guilty.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs. NYAMA SIMON. MBOE CARINE, MONABANG MINKO FERNANDE, MEDOU Jean Bart and FOTSA OLIVIER Colince
On the 28 June 2019, the accused persons NYAMA SIMON, MBOE CARINE, MONABANG MINKO FERNANDE, MEDOU Jean Bart and FOTSA OLIVIER Colince were summoned before the court of First Instance, Djoum following two separate investigation reports and were charged as follows: MBOE CARINE, NYAMA SIMON and FOTSA OLIVIER Colince were charged for detention and c
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs MAH MVOMO Jean Paul & PEKASSA PEPOUERE ADAMOU
On the breaking night of 12 December 2017 the conservation service of Dja Biosphere reserve received reliable information on huge quantities of ivories bound for the Djoum-Oveng highway. The service dispatched a team for the said highway and alerted all wildlife control posts.The team successfully located the vehicle in the Minko’o village.
The accused persons AFOUMOU EMILE and MOUKO CLEMENT were arrested flagrante delicto in possession of 02 Processed elephant ivories, 01 Processed ivory piece, 03 carved ebony art objects, scraps of ivory from the processed elephant tusks and 02 broken art objects.
On May 30 2014, Ecogardes of the conservation service of Dja effected an anti-poaching patrol and found the accused, Obam Obam Marcelin in a forest located in NKOLADENFACK, South Region. He was cooking and after a systematic search was carried out, a hunting gun and ammunitions and some elephant meat were found.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs MOULEYA RACHIE, EYE’E Simon, KAKAM Felix & MENDO Jean Paul
On September 1st 2016, the accused Kakam Félix organized large scale hunting for elephant poaching. To accomplish this objective, he organized a team constituting the other accused persons with each having specific role to carry out. They killed two elephants and collected 4 Ivory tusks weighing 19kg.
On the 10 February 2016, elements of the forestry and wildlife control post of Mintom during a normal checkpoint routine, found two ivory tusks in the cabin of the truck driven by the accused Bobo Hassoumi and his car companion Hamidou Hamadou.