Missing outspoken Cameroon journalist found dead

A media rights organization claimed that on Tuesday night, police responded to a loud disturbance outside of their station and found Mr. Zogo's severely damaged automobile.

Missing outspoken Cameroon journalist found dead

After going missing on Tuesday in what is believed to have been an abduction, an outspoken radio journalist from Cameroon has been found dead.

Director of the privately held Amplitude FM and host of the well-known radio program Embouteillage or "Traffic Jam," Martinez Zogo.

He had just discussed an alleged embezzlement case involving wealthy businessmen and high-ranking authorities in a broadcast.

A representative for Amplitude FM claimed that the radio host's body, which had been discovered discarded on bare ground outside the capital Yaoundé, had been identified by them and Mr. Zogo's wife.

A media rights organization claimed that on Tuesday night, police responded to a loud disturbance outside of their station and found Mr. Zogo's severely damaged automobile.

A dark car could be seen leaving the area.