Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Yaounde Kangaroo court slams Alobwede Kingsley and Bezeng Mervin Akwang 13 and 11 years prison sentences for SECESSION and other charges


The Yaounde Military Court on Monday April 16, 2018 slammed heavy jail terms to two other English speaking Cameroonians arrested in connection with the ongoing anglophone Crisis.

The two young men,  victims of Cameroon's recent judicial  injustice are Alobwede Van Kingsley and Bezeng Mervin Akwang.

Alobwede Van Kingsley was accused of nine count charges against him; Secession, Terrorism, Revolution, Insurrection, Rebellion, Attempts To Change The 1996 Constitution Of Cameroon, Recruitment to Form The State Of Ambazonia and Threat against The State Of Cameroon. He was found guilty of the following Charges; Secession, Rebellion, Attempts To Change The 1996 Constitution, Recruitment Of People To Form The State Of Ambazonia and sentenced to 13 years imprisonment with a fine of 1000 000F CFA to be paid to the Sate Treasury, and 183 000F CFA as court expenses.
Bezeng Mervin Akwang was accused of being an accomplice of Alobwede. He was declared guilty of the same charges and sentenced to 11 years imprisonment with a fine of 1000 000F CFA to be paid to the Sate Treasury, and 183 000F CFA as court expenses.

After the judgement, Alobwede told the jugde that: "If Only you Could Keep Me In Detention For Just A year Again Then 13 years will be 13 years Of Trouble "

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