Akere Muna does not intend to give up the fight in the scandal for which the commodities trading giant Glencore was sentenced to pay €321m for corruption in Africa.
The case involves the local branch of Glencore and agents of two Cameroonian public companies: the Société nationale de raffineries du Cameroun (Sonara) and the Société nationale des hydrocarbures (SNH).
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