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Abuja Federal High Court Opens International Case Pitting Southern Cameroons Leaders vs Cameroun Government

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The Abuja Federal Court is currently hearing the case of the Southern Cameroons leaders who were abducted in Nigeria and later illegally transferred to Cameroun

CNN and Partners Law Firm confirmed this news to the BBC News Pidgin desk. Barristers Fru John Nsoh and Ndong Christopher, defence counsel for Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe are presently in Nigeria for hearing. The lawyers want the Federal Court to order the Nigerian Government to request Cameroun to return to Nigeria Southern Cameroons leaders in their keeping. The lawyers are praying the Abuja court, insisting that their clients are not Cameroonians and so the matter must be judged in Nigerian civil courts

It should be recalled that Barristers Femi Falana and Abdul Oroh earlier dragged The Federal Nigerian Government to Court because the government allowed Southern Cameroons Leaders, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and nine others to be forcefully taken from Nigeria to Cameroon.

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and nine others were abducted in Nera hotel in Abuja during their meeting in January , 2017

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