Yaounde Military Tribunal: Mancho Bibixy coming out strong as the new Southern Cameroons leader 0

The Great Bibixy Mancho has appealed to the Biya regime and its gang of corrupt judges to release all Southern Cameroons young men and women detained in the context of the Anglophone crisis. The Hon. Bibixy Mancho made the declaration at the hearing on October 26, 2017 in the Yaounde Military Tribunal.

During the hearing, the radio host was the first to speak at the Yaoundé Military Court, “Madam President, Yes, I took part in the demonstrations, condemn me to death, but let these children go back to Bamenda, they did not do anything. They are detained in very bad conditions, without being able to benefit from the assistance of their parents. When some members of their families come to visit them in prison, they are stuck in front of the gate because they do not have a pass to get to them, it is better that they are judged in Bamenda where they can benefit from the assistance of their loved ones, “the leader said.

After his speech and that of the other detainees who denounced the inhuman conditions in which they are incarcerated, Mancho Bibixy who is the only geniune leader of the Southern Cameroons crisis remained in detention. He was accused by the state prosecutor for  instigating the rebellion in the Bamenda County.

Mancho Bibixy was arrested on November 30, 2016 in Bamenda. Seen once in a coffin during a march, on November 28, 2016, he also demonstrated with the MPs and Senators of the Social Democratic Front. But by some strange happenstance, Mancho Bibixy did not benefit from the so-called presidential pardon on August 29, 2017.

By Eyong Johnson, CCN