Cameroon Politics

LIGHT IN THE TUNNEL, AGBOR BALLA AND FONTEM NEBA CAN BE RELEASED

After the last court session on May 24, one is able to see the possibility of freedom for Bar. Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho and Dr. Neba Fontem.  The court session gave some hope that there can be light at the end of the tunnel and possible hope in the Anglophone struggle. Let’s get started with these possibilities

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DETAINED JUSTICE AYAH GROPES FOR LIGHT, SAYS HE IS GOING BLIND

May marked exactly four months since the detention of Justice Ayah Paul Abine, leader of the Peoples Action Party (PAP) at the State Secretariat for defense, SED.

Since his detention, despite calls for his release and attempts by many across the territory, he remains in prison.

Four months in prison, Ayah Complains of a degrading eye condition, almost a state of blindness. Despite the struggle and fight saying his detention is unlawful, the authority is yet to sign Ayahs release.

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HOW AGBOR BALA PREDICTED THE ANGLOPHONE CRISIS $ SOME FACTS ABOUT 20th MAY

Years ago Cameroon was a largely colonized nation but in 1972 the constitution of the United Republic of Cameroon was adopted by the Union Nationale Camerounaise headed by President Ahmadou Ahidjo and later under the leadership of Paul Biya. The constitution was amended and Cameroon was provided its present name. Since then, Cameroon celebrates the 20 of May presided over by the head of state in Yaoundé and the governors who represent the head of state in their various regional headquarters.

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