BUEA,Cameroon-Sunday April 8, 2018-7:00 PM Local Time(Cameroon News Agency) Human Rights Lawyer, Barrister Agbor Felix Nkongho also known as Balla has called on the group that kidnapped former Vice President of South West Appeal Court early Sunday April 8, 2018 in his village Ewelle, South West region, to release him with immediate effect.
He made the statement in a release stating that abduction is no longer a business model in modern political concessions.
The President of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy for Central Africa said, “Suppressing freedom of speech,association and attacking others with different views do not represent the values we ought to build.We must not be bullied into silence through the barrel of a gun by armed groups.”
Barrister Agbor Balla urged the release of the Justice and called on stakeholders to find a common solution to the Anglophone crisis which to him is deteriorating with escalation of violence and kidnapping.
Justice Mbeng Martin was kidnapped by 2 am by some unknown gunmen during the funeral ceremony of his mother. It is suspected the men belong to the Ambazonia fighters.
The men are allegedly demanding ransom before his release.
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