LAGA-MINFOF Ivory operation Douala
The Littoral Regional Delegation for National Security has arrested 2 wildlife dealers in Douala for trafficking in 1 ton of ivory about to be exported to international black market. The Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife in collaboration with the Judiciary and LAGA is establishing a case file against these ivory traffickers who are now behind bars. This, in conformity with the law of 1994, governing the wildlife sector in Cameroon. None is above the law !!! click here for more
FRANCE 24 - Reporters Broadcasts LAGA
France 24 broadcasts the activities of LAGA in enforcing the wildlife law in Cameroon. Enforcing wildlife law in a country ruled by corruption is not easy to go smoothly. This episode narrates an ivory operation and the kidnap of a LAGA investigator by notorious ivory traffickers. Follow the story as you click on the play button above.
Arrest of Italian timber logging director
The Central Delegation for National Security and the agents of Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife working in collaboration with The Last Great Ape Organisation arrested an Italian logging director in illegal possession of 3 live chimpanzees which according to the 1994 wildlife law is a crime. This is punishable by either a 1 year prison term or a fine of up to 10 million CFA francs. click here for more
Future for Nature Award
Interview with Ofir, the Director of LAGA on LAGA's activities, achievements and inspiration. One of the most awaited achievements Ofir seeks to see is working together with many countries beside those of the sub region to get wildlife traffickers behind bars. The Director in this interview also thinks that the larger problem is not just the wildlife criminals but the current trends in conservation. Watch more of this interview by clicking the play button above. click here for more