Cameroon:Government banns Human right commission meeting today in Yaounde

Reports the government authorities have banned a Meeting of  the Commision of National Human Rights and freedom(NHRFC) previewed for today in Yaounde to give details on Bamenda strike as promissed by the NHRFC has been banned by authorities in Yaounde on grounds that Head of State President Paul Biya  will have to speak tomorrow 31st of December,2016 and that the subject is  very sensitive.

This news comes just a day the Chairperson of Human Rights and Freedoms -Chemuta Divine BANDA said ” we counted 62 now Government Identified 54, We are worried 8 youths are presumed missing “.

While waiting for a full update about the National Commission of Human Rights and Liberties  meeting in Yaounde,alafnet.com notes that the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the UN Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein last week received petitions detailing the grievances of the minority Anglophone people in Cameroon.

 

 

 

 

The petition which addresses the grave human rights violations being committed by security forces against the English speaking minority in the Republic of Cameroon is signed by Barrister Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla, Head of Agbor Nkongho Law Firm; Dr. Fontem A. Neba, Secretary General, National Union of Higher Education Teachers – SYNES-UB Chapter; Barrister Justice Ebah Ntoko, Head of Justice Law Firm Mutengene and Member of the Cameroon Bar Council; Ayuk Nkwa Pacal, President, Law Society, University of Buea; and Salim Sango Aliyu, Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa.

 

Yaounde is increasingly showing signs of panic as it tries to run away from the core problems currently being posed by Cameroonians of the English decent initiated by Common law lawyers and Anglophone teachers.

by Elad Pride


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