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Rights Groups demand release of Mancho, others

The Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) and REDHAC in a joint statement, has called for the…

The Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) and REDHAC in a joint statement, has called for the unconditional and immediate release of Mancho Bibixy and other Anglophones, facing trial tomorrow at the Military Court, Yaounde.

Going by the release, Cameroonian authorities were urged to drop all unfounded charges against the detainees.

Mancho and others arrested in connection to the crisis are expected to appear before the Yaounde military court tomorrow, March 29. They are being tried for hostility against their homeland, contempt of state officials, rebellion, and degradation of public property, gang robbery and co-action in acts of terrorism.

During his last appearance in court, Mancho pledged to the court to bring peace in the Anglophone regions if he is released.