Journalists and the general public are barred from witnessing Ambazonian Acting President, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe and nine others facing charges of terrorism and treasonable felony in the Yaoundé Military Tribunal.
The trial of the detained Southern Cameroons leader finally commenced today, with the Yaounde Military Tribunal providing shields obstructing journalists and the public from getting a glimpse of witnesses, counsel and even the trial judges.
The members of the military tribunal team are all from the Bulu tribe making it a Bulu traditional court. We understand that witnesses in the matter would be shielded from the public.
By Sama Ernest in Yaounde