Tax on mobile phones
Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh put paid via "very urgent" instructions, to the attempt by one of his adversaries, the finance minister Louis-Paul Motaze, to levy a 33% tax on mobile phones
Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh instructing Louis-Paul Motaze to transfer the sum of FCFA 20m (€30,000) to the minister in charge of projects at the president’s office, Philippe Mbarga Mboa.
€24,000 to finance a full-page announcement of Mohamed Moussa's decision to run for a second term in the 1 August edition of the magazine Jeune Afrique.
Mohamed Moussa placed an order with Jeune Afrique Media Group for the tidy sum of €115,000 (see our document) for several pages of advertorial.
An anonymous group of ASECNA employees draws attention to the fact that several close associates of Moussa have been recruited since 2017.