Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Billionaire Georges Soros In Anger Demands The Liberation Of Ayuk Tabe and Other Ambazonian Fighters!

It has been four months to the day that the government by way of Issa Tchiroma has announced the extradition of Ayuk Tabe and 46 other “Ambazonians” from Nigeria where they were arrested on January 5th.


Since, radio silence. No word from Paul Biya’s power about where Anglophones who claim independence from their area would be detained. On April 9, Minister Tchiroma stated that they are well fed and well attended. But this is not enough for the American billionaire Georges Soros, considered “great defender of the poor people”.

Through his Open Society Foundation, he noted that hundreds of civilians have been killed; many others were tortured, disappeared or detained by forces loyal to Paul Biya.
Billionaire Georges Soros In Anger Demands The Liberation Of Ayuk Tabe and Other Ambazonian Fighters!
He also protests against the “improper” extradition and incarceration of Ayuk Tabe and his associates, which constitute a violation of human rights. Nigeria and Cameroon have acted illegally, according to the fact that “Nigeria has made them stateless, in violation of international refugee and human rights law and Cameroon” .

“The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, to which Nigeria is party, prohibits the forcible return – or” refoulement “- of a refugee, in any way, to the borders of the territories where his life or freedom would be threatened.

Given his race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or his political opinion, “Cameroon also violated this law by requesting their extradition.
To this end, Georges Soros’ Open Society blames Cameroon for numerous human rights violations committed during the Anglophone crisis, including the forced disappearance of 47 people returned by Nigeria, as well as the way in which still as heavy as the security operations in the English-speaking regions.

It calls on regional human rights institutions of the African Union, as well as United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and Refugees to verify the location and security of Ayuk Tabe and 46 others and guarantee them access to repair.

Georges Soros urges UN bodies to reaffirm the inviolability of the principle of non-refoulement and to demand from Nigeria with verifiable guarantees that it be ready to respect this vital international principle.




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