No doubt it would have been fine. In Cameroon, Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga never ceases to be talked about. Media subject par excellence, the businessman with a meteoric rise, boss of Vision 4 and Telesud, finds himself once again sous the spotlight.
It is not a question here of the litigation which opposes him to the tax administration and which precipitated him, well in spite of himself, in the heart of the war of the clans which rages in Yaoundé in the perspective of the post-Biya period. . This time, the controversy started with the inauguration of a building to house the offices of his companies.
Concrete and glass block
It must be said that Amougou Belinga has not done in lace. The event, held at the fin of August, gave rise to a parade of personalities and was the subject of several rave reports in the media of the businessman and in certain press. The block of concrete and glass, located in the heart of the capital, opposite the sports hall and not far from the new hypermarket built by Carrefour, is presented by the tycoon’s entourage as an illustration of his desire to “give a boost of modernity to the group” that he a built.
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