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.
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.
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 18 August 2018, during a routine control in Douala (Bonapriso neighbourhood), elements of the Littoral Regional Delegation of Forestry and wildlife, arrested the accused MAHAMA RABIOU red-handed transporting bags of pangolins scales weighing 89 kg in his vehicle.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs AMADOU TIDJANI, ABDOUL KARIM ABBA, LAMINOU ABBO, and GARBA HAMADOU TIZANI
On the 18 August 2018 during a routine control in Douala, the agents of the Littoral Regional Delegation of Forestry and wildlife, arrested the defendants red-handed in possession 11 bags of pangolins scales weighing 629 kg . They were transmitted before the State Attorney for prosecution.