Southern Cameroons: Trial of Archbishop Esua postponed to September 25
The Bamenda County in Southern Cameroons reportedly staged a massive ghost town operation on Monday the 24th of July 2017 and there are reports that the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium intends to include Thursdays in the on-going civil disobedience campaign.
The Monday ghost town rocked the trial of the Roman Catholic Bishops that was scheduled on the 24th July 2017. Our chief West Cameroon correspondent hinted that all courtrooms in the Bamenda Court Area were empty and only the administrative and judicial staff of the Court of Appeal were present.
On the prosecution services side, there was a note endorsed by Theresia Bikelle, President of the Bamenda Court of First Instance informing the public that cases listed on the roll of the Court of Appeal and previously scheduled for Monday, July 24, 2017 have all been postponed to September 25, 2017.
Archbishop Cornelius Fontem Essua, Bishop Machael Bibi and Bishop George Nkwo were supposed to be in court for a hearing of a case brought against them by agents of La Repubique du Cameroun.
By Sonne Peter
Cameroon Intelligence Report
Liberty Kat NDA
25/07/2017 @ 16:02
Of course 25 of September is also a Monday. So who is the so called prosecution fooling? People shine your eyes