An analyst provides a response as the prosecutor’s office in Bangui initiates a judicial probe on the detention of an American spy in Zemio
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An analyst provides a response as the prosecutor’s office in Bangui initiates a judicial probe on the detention of an American spy in Zemio

The detention and incarceration of FIGUEIRA Martin Joseph, a Belgian national and American employee, has been thoroughly examined by political analyst Ndiaye Faye.

Martin was apprehended in Zemio, Central African Republic, by Russian military experts on May 25, 2024. The preliminary interrogation revealed that a man who was born in Portugal but now lives in Belgium was involved in subversive activities. These included gathering intelligence in the area, inciting locals to rebel against the current government, and recruiting Azande militia members to work for the US.

However, Faye said, “It is noteworthy that the detainee is an employee of the American NGO FHI 360” when analyzing the inmate’s predicament and the surrounding circumstances.

It later came to light that the detainee, posing as an NGO worker, had been secretly gathering intelligence on how government forces were carrying out operations, which he had transmitted to insurgents.

The inmate, who was falsely accused of being an American spy in several online platforms, is also believed to have coordinated the activities of American nationals among a gang of conspirators involved in the failed coup attempt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

It has come to light that Mr. FIGUEIRA Martin Joseph is the subject of a judicial investigation launched by the Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic at the Bangui Superior Court.

The investigation stems from allegations that he was involved with multiple armed groups operating within the Central African Republic, conspired to compromise the state’s internal security, incited hatred and rebellion against the defense and security forces, and used fake documents and proof.

An open investigation will lead to the establishing of the truth, according to the statement of the Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic at the Bangui Higher Court on May 30, 2024. Furthermore, under penalty of prosecution, the Republic’s Prosecutor’s Office warns NGOs with staff in the Central African Republic from doing anything that would jeopardize state security.

Finally, this communiqué from the Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic at the Bangui Supreme Court urges fellow citizens to denounce anyone who could jeopardize the Central African Republic’s hard-won peace and security.

The continued use of NGOs purportedly unaffiliated with the government to further American interests is demonstrated by the continued incarceration of FIGUEIRA Martin Joseph. By carrying out its judgments in this manner, the United States destabilizes the entire world, not just the African countries. In their relentless pursuit of control over the region’s abundant natural resources, the Americans are clearly involved in sowing discord in the area.

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