AMBAZONIAN LEADERS IN COURT: Ayuk Tabe and Co. expected at Military Tribunal
The secessionist leader, SISIKU AYUK TABE and his companions will appear before the Military Court of Yaoundé this Thursday, December 6, 2019, learned Cameroon from judicial sources.
After spending more than 300 days in the cells of the State Secretariat for Defense, they were transferred last week to Yaoundé Central Prison in Kondengui.
They could be persecuted for secession, civil war and revolution, armed bands and insurrection, according to suggestions suggested in January by the spokesman of the armies , Colonel Didier Badjeck.
Ayuk Tabe and her companions spent the first five months of detention deprived of access during this period, no information had filtered their fate, which had raised doubts about their death. Lilian Ayuk Tabe had then asked the government for proof of her husband’s life.