Supreme Court advocate General Justice Ayah Paul Abine who has been in detention for more than 46 days since his arrest’ is demanding an immediate and unconditional release.

Ayah Ayah Abine, spokesman of the Ayah Family, alongside the Family’s Team of lawyers, filed a petition for HABEAS CORPUS at the High Courts of the Mfoundi Division, Yaounde, requesting the President of the said court to order the immediate and unconditional release of his senior/boss, Ayah Paul Abine, ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE SUPREME COURT of Cameroon.

This reaction by the family comes just days after some accomplices allegedly told The AYAH’s to be quiet,say nothing concerning the unlawful arrest and current detention of Justice Ayah Paul Abine or else the entire family will be the next occupants of SED/Kondengui, if they don’t keep quiet .

Alafnet.com understands, the Supreme Court judge who has since developed a cardiac condition while in detention has not been formaly charged of any crime or wrongdoing.

Here I’m the statement of the petition by The Ayah Family Spokesman on March 06,2017 to immediately release the Supreme Court judge.

Ayah Paul Abine

 

Yesterday, March 06, 2017, I, Ayah Ayah Abine, spokesman of the Ayah Family, alongside the Family’s Team of lawyers, filed a petition for HABEAS CORPUS at the High Courts of the Mfoundi Division, Yaounde, requesting the President of the said court to order the immediate and unconditional release of his senior/boss, Ayah Paul Abine, ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE SUPREME COURT of Cameroon.

By section 584 (1) of the Cameroon Procedure Code, The President of the High Court of the place of arrest or detention of a person or any other judge of the said court shall have jurisdiction to hear applications for immediate release based on grounds of ILLEGALITY OF ARREST OR DETENTION OR FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FORMALITIES AS PROVIDED BY LAW.

By Section 585 (4), Where the arrest or detention appears to be illegal, the President shall order the immediate release of the person detained.

By Section 586 (2), When he gives a judgment on the merits on the application for habeas corpus, that judgment shall be subject to appeal. However, that decision shall be enforced immediately
notwithstanding an appeal.

We put the President of the High Court before his responsibilities this day as we call to witness Cameroonians of all walks of life alongside the International Community to partner us in our quest for JUSTICE.

Do, Sir, rise to the challenge and take to your responsibility confided on you by the Law. We respectfully rest our case.

The Family Spokesman
AYAH AYAH ABINE
By hillman Muntang



 

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