The leaders of the SDF joined the courtroom of the Yaounde Military Court, to support the leaders of the English-speaking claims incarcerated in the administrative capital for three months.
Leaders of the Anglophone claims Dr. Agbor Nkongho, Doctor Fontem and radio broadcaster Mancho Bibixy and many other activists who have been incarnated for three months in the central prison of Kondengui in Yaoundé, were released this morning of Thursday, March 23, 2017, for the their trial at the Military Court. In principle, today’s hearing is to listen to the Public prosecutor’s witnesses. A hearing that is taking place since the end of the morning in the presence for the first time, of Ni Jonh Fru Ndi, president of the Sdf, the political party leader of the opposition. The Chairman, who has never hidden his support for those arrested in connection with the Anglophone claims, arrived at the Military Court shortly after 1 pm, accompanied by the Secretary General of the Sdf and some MPs and Senators of the Party. The leaders of the Social Democratic Front found the leaders of other opposition parties, such as Maurice Kamto of the CRM and Edith Kah Walla of the CPP.
The people at the bar of the Military Court are prosecuted for the charges that are inter alia against public officials, collective resistance, propagation of false news, secession, civil war, hostility against the homeland, revolution. Notwithstanding the mass arrest of the leaders and activists of the Anglophone cause, the activities paralyzed for about five months, have not normally resumed in the Southwest and Northwest, the English-speaking Regions of Cameroon.