The Total Number of Anglophone detainees at the Yaounde Central Prison is 124; (New Inmates come in Every Week !!!)

It's now very clear to us that the release of Agbor Balla, Fontem Neba and 54 other anglophone detainees arrested i...








It's now very clear to us that the release of Agbor Balla, Fontem Neba and 54 other anglophone detainees arrested in connection with the Anglophone problem (following a presidential decree released on August,30th, 2017) wasn't an act of good will.

The ulterior motive behind president Biya,s decision to free Agbor Balla and other Anglophone detainees was to create space at the crowded Yaounde Central prison for other innocent Anglophone Cameroonians to come in.

I was so shocked when the credible Cameroonian journalist; Elie Smith; revealed that 124 Anglophone Cameroonians have been detained at the Yaounde Central prison in connection with the Anglophone crisis; which suggest that more than 100 people have been arrested after the release of Agbor Balla, Fontem Neba, Ayah Paul Abine and 54 others.




Elie Smith revealed the above info via his twitter page...





Whenever president Biya takes a step to solve the Anglophone crisis, he will later take another foolish decision that will take him 2 step backward hence the reason why the Anglophone problem has reached this chronic phase; where many Anglophone Cameroonians are now clamoring to secede from LRC.


When president Biya took the decision to free Barister Agbor Balla and other Anglophone detainees, he was critically acclaimed because many people thought he had finally hearkened to the call for dialogue by UN, Common Wealth, La Francophonie and other human right organisation.


Barely fews weeks after the release of Barrister Agbor Balla and other detainees, president Biya revert back to his coercive method of resolving the Anglophone crisis (by cracking down on peaceful protesters). As a result of that, more than twice the number of Anglophone detainees released following the August 30th presidential decree has been arrested and detained at the Yaounde central prison.


Many of those Anglophone Cameroonians who were parading the streets with banners clamoring for the release of Agbor Balla , Fontem Neba and others, have gone to take their place at Kondengui. Barrister Agbor Balla is now fighting for their own release. 










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