Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Mamadou Mota case: the MRC is preparing a hard action

Dr Jean Pierre Mboutche, activist of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC) informs that measures are being taken within the party so that their comrade, Mamadou Mota is released.

He made it known this Tuesday, February 18, 2020, on the morning of Radio ABK. According to Dr. Jean Pierre Mboutche, the strategy for the release of the first vice-president of the MRC, remains still secret, and will be known shortly: "If Mamadou Mota is not relaxed, we will take measures that will needed. I will not reveal our strategy. You will know it when the time comes. If I tell you now, we won't be left to do it, ”he reasoned. 

From memory, Mamadou Mota, vice-president of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC), had been arrested in Yaoundé during an unauthorized peaceful march organized throughout the national territory on the 1st by the party which he assured the interim. Since his sequestration at the Yaoundé-Kondengui central prison, several politicians denounce the conditions of his imprisonment and call for his release.

Following the mutiny observed at Kondengui central prison in July 2019, Mamadou Mota and Wilfred Siewe, two executives from the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon, had been found guilty of "group rebellion" and sentenced to 2 years in prison.

Source: lebledparle.com