Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Southern Cameroonians Demand Release Of Leaders Detained In Nigeria

A Southern Cameroon group pushing for an independent state has asked the Nigerian government to release its leaders being detained by Nigeria’s Defence Intelligence Agency.

Julius Ayuk Tabe and 11 other leaders of the group were picked up by the DIA after they arrived Abuja for a meeting over two weeks ago.
Southern Cameroonians Demand Release Of Leaders Detained In Nigeria
The group has been outlawed by the government of Cameroon for seeking the break up of the Central African country.

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