Saturday, 27 May 2017

“We The People Of Cameroon Stand By The Principles Of Justice, Equity, Rule Of Law and Respect For Fundamental Liberties” – Kah Walla

The president of the Cameroon’s People Party (CPP), Kah walla has condemn the ongoing incarceration of anglophone protesters, stating that activists are not terrorists.


The 52-year-old political activist took to her Facebook page on May 23 criticizing the ongoing trial and detention of Agbor Balla, Dr. Fontem, Mancho, Ayah Paul amongst others.

In her write-up Walla noted with dismay that Barrister Felix Agbor ‘Balla’ Kongho, Dr. Fontem Neba of the Consortium, Mancho Bibixy and 25 others who appeared before the Yaounde military tribunal for the fourth time today, May 24.

To her, their arrest and detention since January 17 is illegal and unacceptable. Read her full post below:

#FreeAllArrested

Tomorrow Agbor Balla, Fontem and Mancho come before the military court for the 4th time since their arrest on January 17, 2017. They will be with 25 others.

Paul Ayah and about 100 others still remain under incarceration.

We will say, shout, scream and protest until the Biya Regime acts to #FreeAllArrested

Let us remember the facts.
“We The People Of Cameroon Stand By The Principles Of Justice, Equity, Rule Of Law and Respect For Fundamental Liberties” – Kah Walla
1) Activists are not terrorists #FreeAllArrested

2) We refuse to accept or condone illegal arrest by the State of Cameroon. All these persons were arrested without respect of due process of the current laws in Cameroon #FreeAllArrested

3) You negotiated with these leaders and are now implementing some of their demands. How can they be criminals? #FreeAllArrested

4) Justice delayed is justice denied. We refuse to allow you “normalize” holding Cameroonian citizens for over 4 months without justification #FreeAllArrested

5) We the people of Cameroon stand by the principles of justice, equity, rule of law and respect for fundamental liberties. We refuse to allow you hijack our country and our dignity #FreeAllArrested

Agbor Balla, Fontem, Mancho, Ayah and all others arrested fight a just fight. A fight that is right. We will stand by their right to express their ideas, opinions and positions as Cameroonians

The Biya Regime’s delaying tactics, desire to kill the spirit of those who rise up against this repressive system and refusal of our basic rights as citizens, will not deter us.

Our brothers and sisters have been beaten, arrested, killed, deprived of the right to internet, deprived of the right to express their opinions, deprived of the right to define their identity.

All of this violence and repression by the Biya Regime will not intimidate us, We will not succumb to fear!

We will speak out, we will rise up, we will act with determination and without violence and we will take our country back!

FREE ALL ARRESTED – FREE ALL ARRESTED – FREE ALL ARRESTED

#FreeAllArrested

Make your voice heard. Share this, tweet this. Develop your own message. Contact the Presidency of Cameroon:
Email: cellcom@prc.cm
Phone : (237) 222 23 40 25

STAND UP for Agbor Balla, Fontem, Mancho, Ayah and the dozens of others under arrest. STAND UP, STAND UP, STAND UP.”


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