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Danpullo affair: MTN Cameroon launches its counter-offensive

By Jeune Afrique

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Posted on April 23, 2023 09:00

 Baba Danpullo ©Patrick Nelle for Jeune Afrique
Baba Danpullo ©Patrick Nelle for Jeune Afrique

The legal war between billionaire Baba Ahmadou Danpullo and the South African group (FNB) is still raging in the Cameroonian courts. After Danpullo obtained several favourable court decisions, it’s now MTN’s turn to fight back in Douala. 

The counter-attack by telecom operator MTN Cameroon and its counsel – David Etah Akoh, Jackson Ngnie Kamga, Barnabé Nekuie, Philippe Memong and Roland Abeng – was not long in coming.

In a letter dated 12 April, which we have seen, the operator’s five lawyers sent the president of the littoral appeals court a request for authorisation to take Quentin Djapite Ndoumbe, president of the court of first instance of Douala Bonanjo, to task.

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