AALF in a clampdown on illegal logging!

Chinese businessman and his to local accomplices were arrested in eastern Gabon (Ogooué-Ivindo province), for illegal logging of Kevazingo.
The investigation revealed that the sacred Kevazingo trees was cut by the repeat offender Nze Angwe, who works with a Chinese national, Yang Showling, a timber trafficker.
But the story of the Central African forest is not just of chainsaws but of complicity and corruption. Following the arrest, two accomplices came in the Prosecutor office and tried to bribe him with 4,000 US dollars attempting to release the Chinese trafficker.
The prosecutor, thanks to his integrity, ordered Judicial Police to arrest them and put them in jail. They will be judged for the corruption act.

More actions follow in an intense fight against illegal logging and corruption!