01 January 2017

Ex-Guinea sports minister charged

Just days before Christmas, last Thursday, ex-Guinea captain and former sports minister of the country has been found guilty. In a case brought up by his ex-wife Mariam Koulibaly, Titi Camara is now sentence to six months suspended sentence and a 50 million Guinean francs (5.083 euros). The Dixinn court has been accused the 44 year old beating his ex-wife and failing to pay alimony for their children, and the sanction is 'forgery and use of forgeries (of documents), threats and public injuries'.
While Camara's lawyer has said that they will appeal the verdict, the victims adviser threatens to appeal for an increased payment.


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