By Ali Saleh
Djérou Adoum, 47, a Businessman in Djédaa, in Central Chad who claims to have goods running through the Douala Port said
Moki Edwin has reported elsewhere that Moise Vokeng of the Professional Transporters Network at the Douala Seaport says importers and exporters are looking for alternatives. “When you arrive at the port and at any checkpoint, from gendarmes to police to customs, you have to pay money, you have to pay heavy money, you do not know why you pay but you must pay before you pass,” Vokeng told Edwin.
Cameroonian officials refuse
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