Djerassem Le Bemadjiel, the former Oil Minister of Chad Detained for misusing Public Funds.

Djerassem Le Bemadjiel
Djerassem Le Bemadjiel,  the formal oil Minister of Chad, yesterday, was arrested by the police over allegations of embezzling public funds.

Strongman Idriss Deby, the president of Chad since 1990 order his arrest immediately after the report was given to him directly by the complaint.

The complaint narrated that the detained former minister, during his tenure, was using the public funds for non governmental projects and also embezzled so many funds.

So , for more investigations by the inspector general of police, Djerassem Le Bemadjiel, has been looked up in the police custody since the day he was arrested.

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It was recorded that the minister was holding the oil and energy portfolio starting from the year 2013 till the year 2016 and during his tenure, he lost $31million in some certain negotiations and also in other "non recorded business deal" by the complaint.

Starting from the year 2003, when oil started to flow in Chad, the kind of politics that have been played in the country have made the people to sink in poverty instead of improving from their earlier stage of Economy to another level.

It was recorded that Chad produces up to a hundred and thirty thousand barrels of oil every day and still the price of oil and petrol has been so high which has also made things more difficult to the less privileged.

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The leaders are seeing the oil flow as an opportunity to fill their personal pockets while the citizens are seeing it as a curse, meanwhile the president of Chad has been doing all he could to set things in order but, the people he has been working with are trying to make it a weapon in the hand of government to the people.

Now, the president of  Chad, Strongman Idriss Deby is about to use the Formal minister of oil's case to warn other leaders who are also using there positions to embezzle public funds.

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