The court case between the state and persons arrested in connection to the crisis in the two English-speaking regions of the country resumes today at the military court.
Mancho Bibixy and co will be at the court after over two weeks after their last appearance where the radio host pledged to the court to bring peace in the Anglophone regions if he is released.
He also warned the court the country could plunge into a civil war if efforts are not made rapidly towards the direction of peace.
“I have a heavy heart because Cameroon is on a brink of a civil war. We find ourselves in this situation because our politicians have failed in finding tangible solutions to our problems,” Mancho Bibixy told the judge while urging authorities to free all arrested and resume dialogue.
Today’s session will also see the case betwee State and Dasi Alfred and others arrested in Mbengwi allegedly in possesion of explosives and amunitions will equally come up the same day.