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Cameroon launches an investigation on the insurance contract between Activa and Sonara

Cameroon launches an investigation on the insurance contract between Activa and Sonara
  • Comments   -   Tuesday, 16 July 2019 13:03

(Business in Cameroon) - On July 12, 2019, a convening notice was addressed to the managing director of insurance company Activa. Via this notice, the executive is summoned to the headquarters of Sonara in Limbe on July 17, 2019.

He will have to answer policemen’s questions concerning the insurance contract between his company and Sonara.

The notice indicates that the managing director must be accompanied by all the executives in charge of the contract between Activa Cameroun and Sonara with their IDs and written documentation about that contract.  

This notice is issued days after an investigation report about the fire outbreak at one of Sonara’s plants was handed to the prime minister. According to information relayed by local media, Sonara’s contract had expired at the time of the outbreak and had not been renewed.

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