Dialogue Embarrassment pushes Biya to free abducted Ambazonians.
By Mbah Godlove.
The long time serving colonial President of La Republique du Cameroun has released some detained Ambazonians owing to the international disgrace being recorded in the ongoing “national dialogue”.
In a decree signed by the country’s Secretary General at the presidency, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh said dictator Biya will soon release 333 Ambazonians whose cases were still pending in court.
Speaking to BaretaNews on the bases of anonymity, a Bamenda based legal mind revealed that although the Criminal procedure code gives the tyrant the right to discontinue court proceedings, the action of the Yaounde Regime was politically motivated. “My Biya is only decongesting his prisons to receive more Anglophone detainees”, he said.
The decision to free the prisoners who were accused of misdemeanor offenses comes at a time when more Ambazonians are being whisk off by the brutal LRC army. Recently, Muslim scholar Abdul Karim was abducted in Yaounde on grounds that he had been propagating Ambazonia ideas.
A move by the Colonial regime to try two Ambazonian activists, Mark Bareta and Tapang Ivo who were invited at the ongoing campaign pupping dialogue in Yaounde has been interpreted by many as a way to kidnap more southern Cameroonians.
According to Human Right groups, over 3000 Ambazonia citizens are languishing in prisons across French Cameroon.