The individual accuses the former Olympic triple jump champion athlete and her relatives of having illegally settled on his land.
David Ekoumé brought a field case against former athlete Françoise Mbango to the Administrative Court of the Centre. According to the information gathered by the Kalara newspaper, the complainant asked that court to annul the land title obtained on the plot and to make a transfer to his name.
The disputed land is located in Mehandan, near Mfou in the Mefou-et-Afamba. "In his chronology of events, David Ekoumé reported that it was in 2005 that he met Jean Ayissi. The landowner will give him a little more than 4 thousand square meters for a sum fixed by mutual agreement. Some time later, he returns to the scene and finds that another person is exploiting part of the land purchased. He tries as best he can to convince the new buyer of the limits shown by her seller, but she will not take them into account. The plot is divided by half by the newcomer who will no longer leave. It would be following him that the same seller will go to do business with Mrs. Moleme, the mother of Françoise Mbango, in 2007, "reports Kalara.
The Public Prosecutor's Office
The newspaper points out that the Public Prosecutor's Office, for its part, has indicated that there is a problem with the complainant's quality. "Having acquired rights to the plot by a deed of sale, in the same way as those he attacks, David Ekoumé is not able to invoke the reason for not belonging to the customary community to oust his opponents. Similarly, the argument of the exploitation for a provisional concession, in 2009, would not hold water since he bought the plot only in 2005 and already knew at that time that it was now operated by Françoise Mbango and her family, "it can be read.