Central African Republic: Former Minister Maxime Mokom questioned by Chadian secret services

Former DDRR (disarmament, demobilization, reintegration, and repatriation) minister and senior CPC rebel leader Maxime Mokom returned to N’Djamena after being arrested on Sunday, February 27, at the Central African Republic border by the Chadian National Security Agency (ANS). The anti-balaka militia leader, who is under U.S. Treasury sanctions, is currently residing in Chad with the main leaders of the Central African armed groups, awaiting talks led by Angola.
Former DDRR (disarmament, demobilization, reintegration, and repatriation) minister and senior CPC rebel leader Maxime Mokom returned to N’Djamena after being arrested on Sunday, February 27, at the Central African Republic border by the Chadian National Security Agency (ANS). The anti-balaka militia leader, who is under U.S. Treasury sanctions, is currently residing in Chad with the main leaders of the Central African armed groups, pending talks led by Angola.
According to several sources, Maxime Mokom had a dispute with the ANS over the distribution of funds allocated by Angola to finance this exile. The Central African government does not like the presence of Mokom in Chad and is calling for him to go into exile, far from its borders. While most of its partners believe that the objectives contained in the Luanda roadmap are slow to materialize.

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