An outspoken Cameroonian radio broadcaster has been found dead after going missing in a suspected abduction on Tuesday.
Martinez Zogo was the director of the privately owned Amplitude FM and aired a popular radio show called “Embouteillage,” or traffic jam.
He had lately spoken on the radio about an alleged embezzlement case involving a wealthy businessman and key government officials.
According to an Amplitude FM representative, they had recognized Mr Zogo’s body, which had been discovered discarded on bare land outside the capital, Yaoundé.
According to a media rights organization, police responded to a loud commotion outside their station on Tuesday night and discovered Mr Zogo’s heavily damaged automobile.
A dark vehicle was observed leaving the location.