Mutengene: CIAP Sacks Four Police Officers For Drug Dealing

The Police Training and Application Center (CIAP) in Mutengene, South West Region of Cameroon, have dismissed four police officers for drug dealing.

Tobokbe Don Fils, Anyouzoua Anyouzoua Claude, Mvana Meyanga Jean-Claude, and Zambo Aboui Christian Loic were sacked from the Police Training College on Friday, March 31, 2023.

One of them was found guilty of constant crime and an unusual absenteeism of 45 days, while the others were accused of “consumption of hard drugs, and consistent drunkenness.”

During thier regular assembly on Friday, they were shown to other trainees of the centre before their dismissal.

A statement from the Mutengene Police training and application center reads that they “refused to follow, to apply, to execute the instructions given to them since their arrival at the CIAP. They are their own gravediggers.”

CIAP was founded in 1960 and named “West Cameroon Police College (WCPC). On March 13, 1975, a presidential decree changed the College’s name to Police Training and Application Center (CIAP)

The CIAP acts as a training center for peacekeepers and police inspectors throughout the county.

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