The case between Cameroon Presidential candidate Akere Muna and his sister Ama Tutu Muna over the succession of their father’s property resumes today at the Yaounde Court of First Instance.
Last time out in court, Akere’s camp strongly denied accusations their client had falsified Ama Tutu Muna’s signature in the succession document. After over three hours of debate between both parties, the judge had no option but to adjourn the case to July 10.
Lawyers of the Akere camp have since accused the government of Cameroon of fuelling the case in order to foil Akere Muna’s Presidential.
The case returns to court today just a day after the President of Cameroon, Paul Biya signed a decree announcing the Presidential elections for October 7.