Monday, 25 June 2018

Southern Cameroons Leaders Arrested In Nigeria Met With Lawyers At Last, Family Source Reveals

BaretaNews can now authoritatively reveal that Southern Cameroons Leaders abducted in Nigeria on January 5th, 2018 have been able to see their lawyers according to family sources. 

This information was made known recently by the Southern Cameroons Civil Society Consortium Acting Head, John Mbah Akuroh in a short message which arrived the desk of BaretaNews. It is now clear La Republique Du Cameroun is ready to take the abducted leaders to its Kangaroo court. 
Southern Cameroons Leaders Arrested In Nigeria Met With Lawyers At Last, Family Source Reveals
This information is coming at a time self defense operations on ground zero (Southern Cameroons) has taken a sharp turn for the good of Ambazonia.

Consortium Acting Head writes:
“Wilfred Tassang, AyukTabe & Others See Lawyers

The Southern Cameroons Civil Society Consortium can now confirm that our leaders abducted at Nera Hotel in Nigeria on January 5 2018 have been allowed to see lawyers in Yaounde.Family sources have notified the Consortium that the meeting with the lawyers took place yesterday, Friday the 22nd of June, 2018.The Consortium shall release further information as the lawyers and family members allow.

BaretaNews shall be following this development as it unveils. It is our understanding things will change as Southern Cameroons leaders begin getting access to their lawyers and families.

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