Cameroon: in-camera trial begin for secessionist leaders over Anglophone crisis

6 months ago

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Trial for leaders of the self-proclaimed Republic of Ambazonia in the English-speaking region of Cameroon has begun in Yaoundé.

Julius Ayuk Tabe, leader of this supposed state including his nine co-accused were brought before judges under strong military escort for this closed-door hearing.

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John Fru Nsoh is leader for the separatist leaders.

“Since their arrest on January 5 in Nigeria, for the past 10 months, this is the only time they have had the opportunity to tell their side of the stor…

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One thought on “Cameroon: in-camera trial begin for secessionist leaders over Anglophone crisis”

  1. Cameroon needs to start building GUILLOTINES for Paul Biya and his government members. That is the only way dictators leave power, not by elections.

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