Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Anglophone Crisis: A Leader Of The Demand Criticizes The Violence Of The Security Forces

Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla published a letter on Tuesday, 03 October, in which he criticized the "murders" committed in the north-west and south-west regions.

NKONGHO Felix Agbor Balla, one of the leaders of the Anglophone dispute since November 2016, responded to the violence reported in the North-west and South-west, on Sunday 01 st October 2017. "I strongly condemn the disproportionate and excessive use of force on Cameroonians with bare hands. A wild repression that resulted in deaths reported here and there. I therefore call on the government to carry out appropriate investigations and punish all security forces who have abused their dominant position to kill as peaceful protesters , " said the lawyer in a text published on Tuesday 03 October 2017.

Stating in his letter, do not react in his capacity as leader but rather that of a citizen and parent, NKONGHO Felix Agbor regret the death of young people like Enow Riddley, killed during the demonstrations of 01 st October in Kumba. "I am deeply saddened by the assassination in Kumba of the young and dynamic Enow Riddley, who has dreamed and hoped to practice the Law for the sake of justice. He was a good student and a hard worker . "
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The lawyer also cries an old lady , "a grandmother who was shot in Ekona, just for daring to express her right of expression." For him, "all this must stop! Murder and violence must stop " because " the right to protest is enshrined in the Constitution of our country. It must be respected and not applied selectively ".

Finally, NKONGHO Felix Agbor Balla its condolences to the families who lost their members on 01 st October and promises "significant steps to avoid arrests, killings ..."

Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla was released from prison on August 31, 2017 in favor of a presidential text. Last January, he was arrested and accused of coercing acts of terrorism, hostility against the fatherland, secession, revolution, among others, in the context of the violent protests declared in November 2016 in the regions of Northwest and South - Anglophone Crisis: A Leader Of The Demand Criticizes The Violence Of The Security Forces
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