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Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis - Ambazonia Spokesman Denounces Conditions Of Incarceration Of Leaders Arrested In Nigeria

The Nigerian police would deny access to lawyers and family members of Ambazonian leaders arrested on January 5, 2018 in Abuja.

An article published January 18, 2018 by the Nigerian newspaper Vandguard , indicates that the secretary of communication of Ambazonia, Chris Anu, has complained to the Nigerian authorities on the conditions of incarceration of Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and other leaders of the English-speaking secession.

"The Acting Administration of Ambazonia is dismayed that since being kidnapped at gunpoint on January 5, 2018, President Julius Tabe and 10 other members of his cabinet have not had access to lawyers and members. of the family. We now know that the Nigerian Government, in complicity with the Cameroonian regime in Yaounde, organized their kidnapping, "Anu told the newspaper.
Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis - Ambazonia Spokesman Denounces Conditions Of Incarceration Of Leaders Arrested In Nigeria
"We vehemently condemn the fact that the Nigerian government, more than a week after their abduction, was not so able to make a press release on the abduction even though the majority of abducted people are duly registered refugees. in Nigeria. Nigeria is a signatory to the international conventions on human rights and acts recklessly as it does in this case, a violation of these conventions, "says the secretary of communication.

On 5 January 2018 the separatist leader, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and some members of his cabinet were arrested at a hotel in Abuja while holding a meeting. Since their arrest, the Governments of Cameroon and Nigeria have remained silent. Vanguard

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