On the 9 April 2020, elements of the conservation service of the Divisional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife of the Upper-Nyong Division received reliable information about ongoing pangolin scales trafficking in the town of Dimako. A team was mobilized to arrest the suspects and dismantle the trafficking network.
Elements of the conservation service of Dja organized an anti-poaching patrol mission in the Dja reserve. During this mission, the accused SELLE Alphonse was found in possession of two bags containing freshly killed protected animal species on his motorbike.
In 2018, the accused MOUATCHO Kameni was arrested by elements of the East Regional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife in Betare-Oya with 36.6 kilogrammes of Pangolins scales, five (5) Hippopotamus teeth, 01 elephant tusk and two (2) African Python skins).
On the 5 September 2017, elements of the forestry and wildlife control post of Djoum carried out investigations on poaching activities. This led to the arrest of the accused flagrante delicto with a Chimpanzee in attempt to sell it.
On the 28 February 2017, the Court of First instance of Batouri found HAMADOU MOUSSA BLAIRE guilty of illegal killing of totally protected species, illegal detention, circulation and commercilization of totally protected animal species trophies and he was sentenced to three months imprisonment terms and to pay 50,650 XAF for cost after he ben
In 2015, the accused NGONGHO Francis SENGHO was arrested flagrante delicto by elements of the conservation service of the Divisional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife, Batouri. He was found in possession of trophies of totally protected animal species (Gorilla and Chimpanzees).