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Justice Ayah Paul To Appear in Court Tomorrow



In a recent publication by The Guardian Post Daily Newspaper, Lord Justice Ayah Paul Abine will be taken to court tomorrow Tuesday the 21st of March 2017. The papers say his fate might be determined tomorrow. The Post Newspaper of same day says Ayah has been charged with Secession, Terrorism and Rebellion.

It should be reiterated that Lord Justice Ayah Paul Abine is an Advocate General at the Supreme Court of Cameroon. He is the founder and acting President of the People’s Action Party (PAP) and a very vocal personality when it comes to Cameroon politics and issues of equity, justice and fairness.

He was a Member of Parliament in 2002 under the ruling party: Cameroons People Democratic Movement (CPDM) crime syndicate from Manyu constituency in the South West Region. In 2011, he resigned and created PAP and was a presidential candidate for 2011 elections. Being a vocal personality, he was well noted within the CPDM especially following his rule against the 2008 Constitutional amendment that allowed for indefinite term limit presidential elections in the Cameroons.

Justice Ayah Paul Abine was arrested forcefully as per confirmed sources on Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at his Yaounde residence by armed government security officers to the Secretariat of Defence (SED), where he is in detention for almost two months without a hearing in court. Also, sources gathered that like the case of Barrister Nkongho Agbor Balla, Dr Fontem Niba, Mancho Bibixy, Hon. Ayah’s arrest was unprecedented and unlawful. His health condition was also reported to be deteriorating. Hon. Ayah’s defence counsel made up of several lawyers had issued a communique to the Presidency calling for his immediate release. Until now, the presidency is still to respond to their plea.

Fingers are crossed on tomorrow’s court hearing. Meanwhile, Southern Cameroonians also look forward to Thursday the 23rd of March 2017 when Barrister Nkongho Agbor Balla, Dr Fontem Niba, Mancho Bibixy are scheduled to appear in court after series of adjournments.

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