Cameroon: Southern Cameroons Governing Body Calls For The Immediate Release of its leaders and people

July 17, 2017

Over the weekend from the 7-10 July, 2017, the Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Consortium United Front-SCACUF met in Nigeria where a Governing Body for the Southern Cameroons was set up.BaretaNews will like to throw more lights on the resolutions reached. It is clear from the resolutions sent to BaretaNews that the Southern Cameroons now has a governing body. This governing body has three organs

1. The Executive Council
2. The Legislative
3. The Judicial

  • The conclave called for the immediate and unconditional release of Barrister Felix NkonghoAgborBalla, Dr. Fontem Neba, Mancho Bibixy, Justice Paul Ayah Abine, students from various institutions of learning and all the other abductees now languishing in the dungeons of “La Republique du Cameroun”.
  • The Conclave Expressed outrage and condemned the GENOCIDAL policies of “La Republique du Cameroun” against the peace-loving people of the Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia, and deplored the continued abduction, incarceration and systematic torture of the citizens of Ambazonia in the torture centers of the Yaounde government.
  • Condemned in strong terms the removal and court martialing of civilians in military courts far away from the areas where they were arrested and arbitrary trials of accused persons without legal assistance in a language they do not understand and under a different legal system in total violation of the Banjul Ruling in Communication 266/2009 and other international instruments to which Cameroun is a signatory.

https://www.bareta.news/southern-cameroons-governing-body-calls-immediate-release-leaders-people/

http://images.lexbase.fr/sst/CIB/L2_4_A.pdf (FRANCAIS)

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The United Nations expresses their grave concerns on the continous detention and solitary confinement of their former colleague Agbor Nkongho!!

(Friends For Agbor Balla Nkongho  Facebook)

https://www.amnesty.org/en/get-involved/take-action/cameroon-government-stop-torturing-in-the-name-of-security/?utm_source=FBPAGE-IS&utm_medium=social&utm_content=990670209&utm_campaign=Other_issue

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