The presence of Hon. Joseph Wirba, at the Yaounde Military Tribunal did not go unnoticed during the Southern Cameroon leaders hearing on the 29th of June which had a referral for the 27th of July. The 29th of June hearing was between the State of Cameroon and the leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, Fontem Aforteka’a Neba, a lecturer at the University of Buea; Dr. Barrister Felix Nkongho Agbor, and radio host Momcho Belixy including 25 other young people, all arrested at the events of Bamenda and Buea.
Wirba reportedly stormed the court and gave victory handshakes to the detained Southern Cameroon leaders. He held a lengthy discussion with the defense lawyers and the defendants who have been imprisoned in Kondengui prison.
His exchange with Momcho Bibicy took a longer period. During their conversation, the two men gave themselves several hugs. Having been missing for about five months, Joseph Wirba appeared unexpectedly in the National Assembly on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Information had filtered that he was on the run.
Hon. Joseph Wirba in a long speech of about thirty minutes had denounced the government of President Paul Biya, which, according to him, marginalized in its management, the Cameroonians of the English-speaking regions. In the aftermath, he declared his support for the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium and for secession.
But shortly after his remarkable performance at the Glass Palace in Ngoa-Ekelle, which had inflamed the social networks, the SDF MP disappeared from circulation.
Source: Cameroon Info.Net