April 27, 2017
Outlawed Consortium leaders, Barrister Agbor Balla Felix, Dr. Fontem Neba, radio broadcaster Mancho Bibixy and at least 25 other youths incarcerated in the nation’s capital for over three months now, will ones more reappear before the Yaoundé Military Tribunal on Thursday 27 April 207.
The three are being charge with Terrorism, Rebellion against the state, Inciting civil unrest and Breach of the constitution.
|The battery of defence lawyers|
The case involving Barrister Agbor Balla NKongho, Mancho Bibixy and Dr Fontem Neba versus the State of Cameroon was adjourned to Thursday, April 27, 2017 because of the absence of Prosecuting witnesses.
Prior to the trial this Thursday a special hearing held earlier this month at the military tribunal in Yaounde, between public prosecutor and the defence team who deliberated on whether to collectively handle the cases of Mancho Bibixy, Barister Agbor Balla, Dr Fontem Neba and those of other 25 youths arrested during the December 8th uprising in Bamenda.
Following their deliberations, it was resolved that the cases will collectively be handled.
Updates from Yaounde Trial
As Dr. Ernest Molua and Colonial Patrick Ekema wanted, our leaders maybe sentenced to death. This is what BaretaNews correspondent wrote to me:
” I Was in court but just left. These francophones are terrible, they bring in about 17 military men to come and testify against Bala and the others. People without a conscience, I got angry and walked out…”
We are being patient enough. I begged my correspondent to go back in and follow up. Southern Cameroonians are watching carefully.
Stay tuned with BaretaNews.
(Mark Bareta Facebook)
Our Leaders, Mancho Bibixy, Balla Agbor Nkongho and Dr. Fontem in court. The case has been adjourned to the 24th of May. An application for bail was filled in by the defending team.
We have no choice but to continue the resistance and escalate our strategy when timely.