Cameroon: Man wrongly accused of destroying ID equipment gets bailed

Foundikou Daouda, the man hailing from Cameroon, who the authorities in the Foumbot arrested recently, is freed from police custody.

Foundikou Daouda, the man hailing from Cameroon, who the police authorities in the Foumbot region of Cameroon arrested recently, is freed from police custody. The police officers had accused him of destroying police equipment.

The police authorities use this equipment for identification purposes. Less than a month after the arrest of Daouda, his wife Nicole died during childbirth. She left a baby girl behind.


After his release from the Foumbot Central Prison, Foundikou Daouda can take care of his three-day-old newborn daughter.

In a statement featured in the CNA, the deceased wife of the victim, Daouda, Nicole, had revealed that the police authorities of Foumbot police station in the west region beat her husband, the victim, when he asked for them to issue his ID Card.

The couple needed the ID Card to secure the birth certificate of their then-unborn baby. Nicole had also urged several men of goodwill to help and support her quest to bring her husband, Foundikou Daouda, to justice.

Reportedly, several helping hands reached out to the couple. According to the Cameroon News Agency, CNA, the man has been freed from police custody after a lot of efforts from goodwill agencies of the western region.

Sources suspect the political leader and Member of Parliament Nourane Fotsing Moluh Hassana of being involved in the efforts to secure a release for Foundikou Daouda.

According to his now-deceased wife, Nicole, Police officers of Foumbot arrested Daouda for allegedly asking for his identification proof (ID Card), when he was unable to pay them any bribe.


According to a previous report, He was arrested on Monday, October 10. His wife, then in the final stages of her pregnancy, worked tirelessly to secure support for her husband and her own cause. Several people of goodwill reached out to her with monetary support. However, she was unable to survive childbirth.

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