Biya’s Cameroon: 31 years old Cameroonian sentenced in France for attempting to collect money from the Bataclan terror attacks fund 0

A 31 years old Cameroonian has been given a 6 months suspended sentence by the Court of First Instance in Bobigny in France and ordered to pay a token of one euro to the Bataclan Memorial Fund for posing as a victim of the Bataclan terror attacks.  She was sentenced on Wednesday. She reportedly demanded the sum of 10,000 Euros from the fund for victims of the Bataclan attacks using falsified medical certificates and false testimony.

The young lady, whose name the French judiciary refused to make public, arrived France in 2007 and seek political asylum. She fabricated documents painting herself as a victim of the Bataclan attacks on November 13, 2015.  In her account, the young Cameroonian said she managed to escape through a window and seriously damaged her finger.

A delay in the payment of the money into her account pushed her to write seven letters to the French Ministry of Interior accusing the French government of “discrimination.”  During her period in police custody, she admitted having invented everything.

She told the French Court that “I had problems; I could not pay my medical bills in a Paris hospital! I owed 144 Euros. And then I had problems of unpaid rents, I lost my job at Franprix “. The head of the Bataclan Memorial Fund, Barrister Jean-Francoise Laigneau noted after the trial that Cameroon is morally bankrupt.

Chi Prudence Asong (Cameroon Concord News Group)