Friday, September 6, 2019

Maurice Kamto: Jean Baptiste Homsi wishes death penalty for MRC activists

"I expect the death penalty, the best sentence for life" for every MRC activists! Say's Jean Baptiste Homsi, wishes death penalty for Kamto and companions.

The 66-year-old Cameroonian businessman was arrested on 28 January 2019 in Douala. He is incarcerated in Yaoundé Central Prison, accused in the military tribunal of rebellion, insurrection and hostility against the homeland.

The trial of the leader of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC), Maurice Kamto , his allies and supporters opens this September 6, 2019 before the military court of Yaounde. They are among others pursued for " rebellion, insurrection and hostility against the fatherland ".

At the approach of this passage before the judges of the military court, Jean Baptiste Homsi , militant of the MRC arrested in the city of douala on January 28, 2019, displays all its serenity. " Looking for the truth of the ballot box, having compassion for the citizens of the North West and South West, being indignant at the sinking money for the 2019 CAN, have earned me arrest in Douala, deportation and incarceration. Yaounde; incarcerated for: hostility against the fatherland, insurrection and rebellion, "says the Cameroonian industrialist in the columns of the daily Le Jour edition of September 5, 2019.

About the trial that opens this September 6, 2019, Jean Baptiste Homsi argues that it does not go " like an animal that leads to slaughter." " I'm going to defend my values ​​of freedom against oppression, love against hatred, truth against lies, justice against injustice," says the MRC activist.

" I expect the death penalty, at best the penalty for life. My Christian commitment obliges me to defend the universal destination of goods which is in other words "water for all that champagne for a few ". I found values ​​in the MRC presided by President-elect Maurice Kamto, "insists the industrialist.