5 months and still counting: The nation holds its breath to yet another adjournment


Another day another trial and yet again another adjournment, the military tribunal today June 29th was in session again for the case against the state of Cameroon and scores of accused including human rights activists Barrister Agbor Bala academic  don Dr. Fontem Neb and radio personality Bibixi Mancho in  a case many see as politically motivated

But as trial enters the 5th month and counting with a full court of local ad international l lawyers always answering present to proof the innocence of their clients for charges which includes amongst others terrorism, the entire nation once again focuses on Yaoundé as ghost town is observed across the entire English speaking regions of NW and SW to show solidarity with the accused.

With reports from the nation’s political capital of court lasting only 6 minutes and case was adjourned to July 2, the fatigue could not be more visible.

As government insists in ensuring the accused are guilty, the judges presiding over this case must understand that they are simply judging the history and structural composition of this great nation and as a result there should be no room for error and the will of any individual or group of Indi duals should and must not   be given pride of place over a country.

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