Abdul Karim To Be Devoured By LRC Government
By Mbah Godlove
The arrested Muslim scholar, Abdul Karim Ali has been charged with many counts among which is Secession, BaretaNews has learned.
Earlier on Tuesday, October 1, defending lawyers of the Ambazonian activist, in a statement, said, secession and complicity to terrorism are charges Abdul Karim would be answering before the Yaounde military tribunal.
Barrister Ndong Christopher revealed that his client’s main ordeal came as a result of his visit to Switzerland where he had talks with Swiss authorities to broker a peace deal between Ambazonia and La Republique du Cameroun, which will see the statehood of Ambazonia restored.
While in Switzerland, Abdul Karim reportedly took photos with other diasporan leaders such as Boh Herbert, Ebenezer Akwanga and Sako Samuel.
“We had earlier filed a habeas corpus application before the Mfoundi High Court to secure his immediate release from SED,” the legal mind added.
On Thursday, September 26, 2019, news brook out that the family of Abdul Karim was unaware of his whereabouts.
BaretaNews has been informed that he was adopted by la Republique du Cameroun’s (LRC) promiscuous killer forces, from their Embassy in Yaounde, while he was whisked away in a car to SED, a deadly prison from which a car of Ambazonian corpses was conveyed from, before later being buried in a neighborhood of the town.
The Ambazonian based activist told his lawyers that after his arrival back home, as charged by the Swiss authorities who had invited him, he had to report to the Swiss Ambassador in Yaounde.
After being taken to SED, his adoptors interrogated him about his trip to Switzerland under intense inhumane treatments.
It is unclear whether his present predicament is only moved by his peace mission to Switzerland, but like always, Karim has been outspoken. In his recent TV interview, he challenged the regime of octogenarian President Biya stating that “all will end on a negotiated settlement between La Republique Du Cameroun and Southern Cameroons and not dialogue.”
The regime is currently holding him hostage while a so-called dialogue is ongoing in LRC among CPDM militants and some fabricated forces of Atanga Nji.