[Anglophone Crisis] Buea Prison Inmates Strike Military Transfer of 18 To Kondengui – Bar. Agbor Nkongho Writes To ARREYB 

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Barrister Agbor Nkongho, President of the Centre For Human Rights and Democracy in Africa writes to ARREYB News Reports of a strike action following the transfer of 18 prison inmates from the Buea Prison to “Kosovo”, a section of the Kondengui maximum prison in Yaounde.  

We published as he wrote(unaltered), presenting the complete story and list of the 18 ferried to Yaounde on July 2, 2018. 

“18 Anglophones were transferred yesterday from Buea Central Prison to Kondengui Prison, Yaounde. These 18 detainees are currently detained in ‘Kosovo’, a section of Kondengui maximum security prison. 

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They have been kept in tight chains and were brutally tortured last night by prison guards who repeatedly called them Ambazonians. This prompted a strike action in prison by other Anglophone inmates today. One of them has a decaying wound, another is suffering with a broken arm.

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As a result of pressure and the strike action by other Anglophone inmates, the prison registrar said, orders from hierarchy demanded him to keep the detainees in chains for observation.

This is a repeated pattern of treatment upon Southern Cameroonians and alleged separatists, none of their rights are respected, presumption of innocence seems not to exist and authorities act with impunity.

List of 18 Anglophones transferred to Kondengui maximum security prison, Yaounde on July 2, 2018.

14 were transferred from Buea central prison to Kondengui, Yaounde and 4 were transferred from SED to Kondengui.

1) TATI ERIC NGU

2) HARRIS BOSEME

3) NKWETATO ROBERT

4) IKOE CLINTON

5) ACHA IVO ABEN

6) JOHN MARINUS NDENGE

7) OBEN FRANKLINE TABOT

8) EYONG CHARLES

9) EFFIA GIDEON

10) ORDEMA FRANCIS

11) AGBOR TAKU JOSEPH

12) AWU GREGORY ASHU

13) TANYI ROBERT TATAW

14) JONG ORLANDUS

15) NJEYA JUKIUS BAWE

16) KUM NESTOR

17) AYUKEM FRANKLIN

18) FONJONG ARMSTRONG

—CENTRE for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa.—–

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