Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Military Tribunal: a secessionist leader suffering from severe malaise

The last hearing of the trial of the English-speaking separatist leaders was held on March 29 before the Yaounde Military Tribunal. The hearing was chaired by Lt. Col. Jacques Boudoin Misse Njone, the new judge from Bamenda.

"It was in a climate of tension and a strong heat that took place this hearing," reveals the daily Mutations in its newsstand edition on Monday, April 1, 2019.

A strong heat that had an impact on the health of the one of the co-accused of Julius Ayuk Tabe, named Eyambe Elias Ebae. He suddenly "felt unwell and collapsed on the ground". The hearing is suspended by the judge, Lt. Col. Jacques Boudoin Misse Njone.

In spite of the suspension, "at the resumption, the unfortunate one is in incapacity to continue. The judge takes note and decides a postponement for April 8 next, "says Mutations.

Ayuk Tabe and his nine co-defendants are being prosecuted for "apology for acts of terrorism, secession, complicity in acts of terrorism, financing of terrorism, revolution, insurrection, hostilities against the fatherland, armed gang, spreading false news, undermining internal and external security of the State and lack of a national identity card ".

As a reminder, the last dismissal of this trial was due to the assignment to Buea of ​​the former judge, Colonel Mem Michel."Only on the bulletin board, nothing has changed except the clerk's name. The old composition is maintained. And it is mainly on the challenge of this collegiality that the debates between the defense and the master of the house took place, "reads the newspaper.

Source: cameroon-info.net