Alpha Conde’s Minister of Defense, Dr Mohamed Diané has had his properties and accounts confiscated by Mamady Doumbouya on accounts of embezzling public funds.
The military group in Guinea that deposed the government of Alpha Conde in an uprising, has reportedly tracked down a suspicious US$1.2billion riches belonging to the defence minister.
Dr Mohamed Diané according to the report gathered was also in charge of Presidential Affairs and has come under corruption inquiry over personal enrichments summing up to $1.2 billion.
The Minister is also one of numerous Conde government trusted friend’s.
The National Committee for Rally and Development (CNRD), led by the indefatigable Colonel Mamady Doumbouya has reportedly announced it has built a dossier on Diane’s gain in public office with the unscrupulous greediness of personal enrichments comprising of US$60million in cash obtained from his basement.
The minister is believed to own 47 villas and 53 buildings. The junta announced and indicated to the whole wide world that investigations are ongoing to apprehend anybody found guilty of stealing. Below is the statement.
“We are delivering here the dossier that we have just completed on the case of the former Minister of Defense and in charge of presidential affairs, Doctor Mohamed Diané. Here are the elements identified…” a message said to have been intercepted from the junta read.
The list given includes, “US$ 60 million (600 billion Guinean francs) cash collected in the cellar of his home; 75.8 kg of 22-karat gold worth nearly 40 billion Guinean francs; 17 2-carat diamonds worth nearly 10 billion Guinean francs; 47 villas between the Camayenne district and Kagbélén and – 53 buildings: including 35 in Conakry, 4 in Kindia, 7 in Kankan, 3 in Labé, 4 in N’Zérékoré”
Others are, “18 new luxury cars; 75 bare plots in Conakry, 200 hectares in Dubréka;
1500 hectares in Forécariah; 2000 hectares in Kankan; 7 hotels; 25 bread ovens; 7 bottled water production plants and 16 poultry farms with more than 2 million chicks in total.”
The message added that “All this for a total of $ 1.2 billion.“
According to the received message, several Conde appointees are being investigated for corruption, indicating evidence had been found against them.