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Friday, 14 December 2018

Paul Biya: 289 Anglophones Detained To Be Released From 5 Prisons In The Country

President of the Republic of Cameroon, H.E Paul Biya.
Paul Biya decree the release of 289 Anglophone detainees in 5 prisons in Cameroon.
The minister of defense, in charge of the head of state's decision decree to release 289 persons detained following the anglophone crisis. These detainees are distributed in 5 prisons nationwide.

It was at 8:13 pm that the president of the republic of Cameroon, Paul Biya tweeted" I have ordered the discontinuance of proceedings pending before the Military Tribunals against 289 detainees-arrested for misdemeanours, in connection with the crisis in the North West and South West Regions of the Country"
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According to the minister of defense communique on the night of the 13th December 2018 at 8:13 pm. Out of the 289, 16 are detained in the Bafoussam Prison, 49 at the Bamenda Central Prison, 99 in Buea prison, 14 at the New-Bell Douala and 120 in Yaounde.

According to Beti Assomo, the list of the Two-hundred and eighty-nine persons shall be published on the 14 December, 2018.
The minister delegate in charge of defense reiterate that this decision only concerns the persons whom they have undergone detailed examination of their documents at the military jurisdiction and the gravity of their case is relative.

It doesn't include criminals, assassins and other dangerous terrorists as well as the commands and those who planned for the anglophone crises in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon "Beti Joseph Assomo".

Many activists have criticize the creation of commissions by the head of state, Paul Biya calling the commissions a waist of energy but a need for inclusive dialogue between the two parties.

More than 200 military have been killed and about 500 civilians and thousands of home burn't in the two Cameroon English speaking Cameroon according to international Crisis Groups with 50000 displaced in Neighboring Countries and more than 350000 internally.

The international community have urge Biya for dialogue but he is reluctant for an inclusive dialogue while the economy and political atmosphere keeps depreciating.

Biya has been in power since 1982 and was recently elected for his 7th term in office last October, 2018 giving him 36 years in power in this Central African nation.

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