Drama And Emotion Characterizes July, 27 Detained Anglophone First Court Session As Court Postponed Case To August 31 2017
Postponed several times already, the case pitting the banned All Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has never been exciting and fun filled like that of Thursday July 27, 2017.
Firstly, in all the dramas at the Yaounde based Military Tribunal came a scenario where father sets eyes on his Son after months of separation, in incarceration.
Mancho Bibixy, in the presence of his visiting Son, danced at the Tribunal when his name was called up to verify his case.
Surprisingly, witnesses for the state who are men in uniform, were in court for the very first time since the case started.
While the defendant of the Anglophone detainees Barrister Ben Muna expressed serious concern why the state only dispatched her representatives now, undermining the fact that the case has been going on for several months now.
The Barrister added, he smell conspiracy of the first order.
Banned Consortium Leader Barrister Agbor Balla appeared in court with grown beards. An appearance that made many to say it might just another coded sign that all isn’t well. Because he isn’t known for being beards friendly.
The defense lawyer on behalf of the team Barrister ‘Hon’Mbah Ndam was shown the door not to be the suitable person for the position going to the fact that he is a Member of Parliament and it will be absurd seeing him standing against the government.
Despite all the drama Thursday July 27, the case was pushed to August 31, 2017, for another court session.