Friday, June 30, 2017

Anglophone Crisis: Trial of Detained Consortium Leaders, 25 Others Adjourned

 The military court in Yaounde has adjourned the trial of the detained Consortium leaders and other detainees arrested in relation to the ongoing crisis in the two English speaking regions of Cameroon . According to CRTV reports the trail has been adjourned to Thursday 27th July 2017.
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Detained leaders
The adjournment, according to the Presiding Judge, Justice Colonel Mbezoa Abega Eko Eko was due to the absence one of the court assessors.
All the accused, Barrister Felix Nkongho Agbor Balla,Dr Fontem Neba, Bibixy Mancho and twenty-five other detainees associated with the social unrest in the North West and the South West regions were present in court.
It should be recalled that this was the fourth outing since these detainees were incarcerated at the Yaounde Central Prison in the month of January 2017. Present to witness the deliberations was Honourable Joseph Wirba, the MP for Jakiri Special Constituency .

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