Abuja: French Cameroun’s longest extradition fight is over as Minister Rene Sadi returns to Yaoundé 0

The Francophone Minister of Territorial Administration Rene Sadi has returned to Yaoundé with intelligence report suggesting that the Biya CPDM crime syndicate has lost its long-running diplomatic battle for the extradition of the leaders of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Rene Sadi traveled to Abuja two weeks ago and has reportedly spent millions of US dollars fighting for the transfer to Cameroon of President Ayuk Tabe and his top aides in what has been described as La Republique du Cameroun’s longest-running extradition case.

A frustrated Minister Sadi arrived the Nsimalen International airport incognito late on Friday and is expected to brief the 84 year old Cameroonian dictator; President Paul Biya. Yaoundé had argued that the extradition would not violate any articles on human rights, relating to inhuman or degrading treatment and the right to a fair trial.

Lawyers representing the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia will begin with court action on Monday the 22nd of January 2018. The legal team has successfully petitioned for a hearing.

The Ambazonian leaders – Sikiku Ayuk Tabe, Prof. Che Awasum, Barrister.  Barrister Nalowa Bih, Dr. Fidelis Che, Dr. Nfor Nfor, Dr. Henry Kimeng, Prof. Che Awasum, Mr Tassang Wilfred, Dr. Ojong Okonghor, Barrister Shufai Berinyuh, Barrister Eyambe Elias and Dr. Cornelius Kwanga – were arrested at Nera hotel by the DSS in Abuja on January 5 while holding a meeting.

By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai