Sunday, 24 September 2017

The Walls Of Oppression, Marginalization And Injustice Are Beginning To Develop Cracks And Will Eventually Fall - Barrister Agbor Balla

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Barrister Agbor Balla has commended the decision of the Anglophone community, to fight against the marginalization and injustice meted on them by the government of Cameroon.

In an emotionally filled 'Thank You' letter read during a thanksgiving service at the Presbyterian Church Buea Station, Barrister Agbor offered prayers for all other detainees still in  jail, and confessed that while in jail, his beliefs and quest for justice and fairness reinforced.
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In the five page letter read out by Barrister Agbor Balla on behalf of other detainees released alongside himself, who were equally present at the ceremony, the President of the outlawed Consortium narrated the anglophone crisis as it came about, how it got to where it is today, and the actors who sacrificed and are still sacrificing for a better tomorrow. 

While saying 'NO TO VIOLENCE', Barrister Agbor Balla however told the people that victory is close. "Through your voices the walls of oppression, marginalization and injustice are beginning to develop cracks and will eventually fall down in our nation as you build the foundations for greater recognition and respect of the Anglophone minority in Cameroon." He said.

Read his entire speech below.

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