Saturday, February 29, 2020

Terrorist financing: Ayah Abine breaks silence and makes more serious revelations

After the hearing last week at President Ayah Ayah Abine's Sed, other employees of this NGO were summoned to the gendarmerie yesterday.

Ayah Ayah Abine, the president of the Ayah Humanitarian Foundation denounces a plot put in place by a "black cabinet" led by certain personalities to destroy this association which supports the victims of the English-speaking crisis. In a press release signed on February 26, Ayah Ayah Abine said that the foundation's bank account was blocked, even worse, the information relating to this bank account was published on social networks. Since yesterday, February 27, 2020, the staff of the Foundation has been interviewed in the departments of the State Secretariat of Defense in charge of the national gendarmerie (Sed). Hearings continue today. Already last week, the president of the Ayah Foundation was summoned to the Sed where he was interviewed for two days. Convened by a phone call to Sed,

In this complaint, the president of the Ayah Foundation is accused of "delivering" weapons to the separatists in the context of the English-speaking crisis. To justify the idea of ​​a conspiracy, the president of the Ayah Foundation specifies: "The foundation filed the complaint since January 7 last against the named Success Khongho who affirmed that we deliver the weapons to the separatists. The purpose of this complaint was to enable the author to provide the facts of these allegations. To date our complaint filed with the Court of First Instance Administrative Center remains untraceable. The one who accuses me of delivering the weapons then seized the Sed and immediately the people in charge of the foundation are being interviewed.

Founded in 2017, the Ayah Foundation has supported thousands of refugees from the English-speaking crisis living in Nigeria through food and clothing products. In English-speaking regions, other victims of this crisis have already benefited from donations from this foundation. Without forgetting prisoners detained in the cities of Yaoundé, Douala, Buéa and Bamenda, who receive food from the Foundation. Sick prisoners are often taken care of in health facilities thanks to the Ayah Foundation. This humanitarian NGO regrets that since it undertook to support the victims of the English-speaking crisis, it has suffered several abuses by certain authorities. This was the case last year at the Kondengui central prison in Yaoundé.