In a press release dated 8 January 2018, the African Bar Association has written to the Attorney General and the Minister for Justice, the Federal Republic of Nigeria calling their attention on the Unlawful detention of Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and co. The legal umbrella Association terms the detainees “Cameroonian Refugees resident in Nigeria”. According to the press release, the members of the Ambazonia interim government who witnessed the incident had filed a case at the Bar and the Bar sees the whole arrest process as illegal and diplomatically incorrect to the state of Nigeria
Month: January 2018
One of the most “notorious” and vigorous journalists at the UN is Matthew Russell Lee. He has been hitting hard on UN officials concerning the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon. His daring follow up questioning and the diplomatic investigation has often left him being kicked out of the UN press coverage. Following the buzzing arrest of the president of the interim Government of Ambazonia Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and some of his closed aids, Lee had sought to know from the UN the state of the matter in high diplomacy
Don’t miss use these terms any longer. In most cases our loved ones or high-status personalities may be tagged “wanted” either they are missing or they are under legal search. If they are, missing the trauma of determining their where about may live us speculating legal and illegal actions.
A leading member of a separatist movement in Cameroon has been taken into custody in the capital of neighboring Nigeria with his aides, sources and secessionists said on Saturday.
Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, President, Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia together with nine (9) members of his government were arrested at 19:30 PM yesterday Friday, January 5, 2018, at Nera hotel Abuja. According to Ambamedias.com, heavily armed men from CameroUn may have compromised security checkpoints from Abuja to the Cameroons.