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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Southern Cameroons Crisis: President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe’s Defense Team Arrived Yaounde

The four days mission to Cameroon was delayed following major disagreements with Cameroon embassy officials in Abuja, Nigeria. Begins in Cameroon on Wednesday 16th May to end on Friday 18th May 2018 with a press conference.


President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe’s lawyers are currently in French Cameroun seeking an independent audience with the President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia who was abducted in Abuja, Nigeria and extradited with 46 members of his government to Cameroon. Cameroon Intelligence Report sources have confirmed the presence of Hon. Abdul Oroh and a delegation of powerful Nigerian legal experts in Yaounde.

A member of the Sisiku Ayuk Tabe’s defense team, led by Barrister and former Nigerian politician, Abdul Oroh told CIR that they were in Cameroon to meet with the Attorney General of the Supreme Court in Yaoundé and the Minister of Territorial Administration to make a request to see their clients.

The mission was delayed following major disagreements with Cameroon embassy officials in Abuja, he further pointed out.  Cameroon Intelligence Report understands Barrister Abdul Oroh will be meeting with other legal practitioners in Cameroon hired by the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia. Hon. Abdul Oroh and his delegation also intends to hold talks with heads of human rights groups and religious leaders in Buea and Bamenda.

The Hon. Abdul Shaibu Oroh mission begins on Tuesday the 15th of May and ends on Friday with a press conference in Yaoundé. The man of law is supported in his Yaoundé mission by Precious Ijeoma Igbowelundu.

It is vital to include in this report that contrary to some fake postings on the whereabouts of President Ayuk Tabe, the Southern Cameroons leader is in Yaounde.

By Rita Akana