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    Mancho Bibixy makes plea to do a huge favour for the government if released, case adjourned to April 13th

    The eight activists arrested in the context of the Anglophone crisis were before the judges of the Yaoundé Military Court this Thursday, March 29, 2018.

    The trial against radio host; Mancho Bibixy and seven other anglophone detainees has been postponed until April 13, 2018 according to one of their lawyers, Mr. Felix Agbor Nkongho, who followed them to the military court on Thursday.

    "The case against Mancho Bibixy, Sti Conrad, Aselacha Martin, Malvin Tangwa, Tah Emile, Awanatu Zach, Kingham Valentine and Awa Thomas has been postponed to April 13, 2018 for deliberation at the request of the prosecutor of the military court"-announces the bâtonnier Agbor Nkongho.

    The lawyer also notes that "the English-speaking detainees arrived at the Yaoundé military court on Thursday morning strong in the spirit." 

    These English-speaking activists had with them "the lawyers Simh Emmanuel, Louiza Songwe, Dorcas, Bindze Eric, Honoratus Ndi and Felix Agbor Nkongho to defend them."- continued Barrister Agbor Balla.

    When they appeared on March 1, 2018, Mancho Bibixy had pleaded in lieu of their lawyers. In particular, the accused stated that he was ready to help the government put an end to the Anglophone crisis.

    "Please, Madam President, play your part, to open a path to allow detained Anglophones to return home free. I promise you, Madam, that we English-speaking detainees, once released, we will help the government to restore peace in all areas,"- Mancho Bibixy said.

    Mancho Bibixy was arrested after a very remarkable participation in a white casket at the march of November 30, 2016, in Bamenda.

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