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SDF MP Intimidates LRC House Speaker Over Ambazonian Leaders’ Arrest

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Hon Fobi Nchinda Simon, Member of Parliament for the Bamenda / Bali Constituency under the banner of the SDF, has bullied at the House Speaker of the National Assembly of La Republique du Cameroun (LRC), Caye Yegue Gibril.

He intimidated the House Speaker, when the later tried to stop him from asking questions as to the whereabouts of HE Sisiku AyukTabe, and 38 others extradited to Cameroun, and where Cameroun and Nigeria had the legal authority to carry out such extradition.

As the story goes, Hon Nchinda had taken to the rostrum to pose some 10 pertinent questions to LRC’s Minister of External Relations, Le Jeune Mbella Mbella. It was during a general questions and answers sessions during the ongoing March parliamentary session.

When Hon Fobi asked the External Relations Boss to expatiate on the legality of the extradition treaty between Cameroon and Nigeria that led to the arrest of HE Sisiku AyukTabe and others he was quickly interrupted by Cavaye yegue Gibril.

Hon Cavaye cautioned Hon Fobi to focus on Cameroon/Germany and not Nigeria/ Cameroon relationship. In his mischievous attempt to halt him from continuing his questions, Cayegue Gibril received serious intimidation from Hon Nchinda, to the point where the former was flabbergasted.

Hon Nchinda warned Cavaye to stop halting people when they had pertinent issues to be clarified on. He said if Cavaye is not bothered about the lives of Southern Cameroonians, he (Nchinda) is. He told Cavaye to stop bringing those sentiments that have fuelled the escalation of the crisis in the restive Southern Cameroons.

Hon Nchinda succeeded to ask all his questions, though no response was giving to those linked to the extradition of the Ambazonian leaders.

It should be noted that, SDF MPs had been seriously warned to avoid any form of demonstration at the National Assembly, prior to the start of the March Session. Security operatives had told them to avoid any thing that will raise public attention to the National Assembly, as they did in December.

By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews

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