BANGUI (LNC) — Julius Ngouande-Baba, Commissioner and spokesperson for the National Authority for the Elections (ANE in French), breached his duty to act fairly, by meeting candidate Anicet Dologuélé running for the Presidential election, at his younger brother’s home located in the Lakouanga district of Bangui, on February 15 around 8:30 pm.
Spread like wild fire, the matter quickly leaked out. Why magistrate N’Gouande-Baba needed to meet in secret a candidate for the presidential election, breaking his duty of confidentiality, impartiality and confidentiality?
He however denies the facts saying: “I have to much to do in the N.A.E to react at such insinuation utterly false.”
The case nevertheless went back to ears of his boss, (little convinced), Marie-Madeleine N’kouet Hoornaert, the chairperson of the N.A.E, who immediately suspended him “to not to hamper the electoral process”.
Asked about the problem, Saturnin Ndomby, Dologuélé spokesman choose to evade without denying, but rather preferring to focus on alleged cases of “organised fraud” and other “fictitious polling stations” of their opponent.
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