Thursday, 30 August 2018

The Request For Release Of Ayuk Tabe Rejected, Here Are The Reasons

The judge dismissed the claim for lack of a declaration on oath in the file. The absence of the defendants has revived the controversy over the supposed assassination of the secessionist leader.


As announced by your website in the morning of Thursday, August 30, 2018, the President of the Mfoundi High Court (TGI) in Yaoundé ruled on the demand for the immediate release of the secessionist leaders arrested eight months ago in Nigeria.

Cameroon daily journal: After an early afternoon hearing in the office of the President of the TGI in the presence of the Public Prosecutor and the Mis en cause Council, the judge decided to reject the habeas corpus application filed since approximately three months by the group of lawyers in charge of defending Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, the President of the ghost state of Ambazonia and about forty of his lieutenants.
The Request For Release Of Ayuk Tabe Rejected, Here Are The Reasons
After listening to everyone, the president decided not to release our customers. We are going to appeal, “Ndong Christopher, one of the defendants’ lawyers, tersely said. Another lawyer explained that the judge dismissed the claim for the absence of an omission on the file.

The other members of the secessionists’ group of lawyers have also complained that the authorities have so far not allowed access to accused.

Exactly, the absence of Ayuk Tabe and company at the High Court on Thursday, has revived the controversy over the situation of the leader of the Ambazonians. The day after his arrest in Nigeria, his relatives announced his assassination in Yaounde at the request of the Biya Regime.
In response, the Cameroonian government denied through Paul Atanga Nji the Minister of Territorial Administration and Issa Tchiroma, the Minister of Communication, spokesman for the government, who have multiplied statements to say that Ayuk Tabe is alive and well. wears very well. Except that there is no living proof of this allegation.




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