HomeNewsCameroon: Yaounde Court Finally Frees Prof. Patrice Nganang & Expels Him
An American activist, Prof. Patrice Nganang has been expelled from Cameroon after being released from the dreaded kondengue Maximum central prison in the Nations Capital Yaounde.
The decision was reached by the Yaounde Court of First Instance, after the Cameroonian born was arrested some weeks back in the economical capital Douala.
Santa Meteo Radio gathered that the decision was taken on Wednesday December 27, 2017, after the case that was adjourned to January 19, 2018, was c revisited early this Wednesday December 27, 2017.
Sources have been telling Santa Meteo Radio that, the Cameroonian with an American Nationality, whose passport was also confiscated, was immediately after being set free, given an injunction to leave Cameroon and never to return.
We learnt the Professor and writer has been very critical on the Biya regime. While suggesting that Cameroon is in dying need of a new President, Prof. Nganang, noted that if he had the chance, he will kill the Head of State.
A statement that, according to Cameroon’s Minister of Communication, was the made cause for his arrest.
Issa Tchiroma Bakary Reiterated that the message posted by the Professor on December 3, 2017, was an open threat to the President of the Republic His excellency Paul Biya.
political analysts say the marathon court session and later on the release of the Prof, was a sign that the international community has never relented efforts for him to be freed.
While others think, he was simply given a fair judgment. ” His release was simply because he is not a Cameroonian but an American citizen”, added a political pundit who preferred not to be named.