A military tribunal base in Yaounde, capital of the Republic of Cameroon has for the second time adjourned the case against Barrister Balla , Dr Fontem and Mancho Bibixy to the 23rd March 2017.
The military court hearing started this morning at precisely 10 am. The court session was attended by over 120 lawyers both Francophones and Anglophones in a strong show of solidarity to the colleague. There were some commotion in the hall as the lead counsel of Balla and co Barrister Muna rejected the reading of the charges which were read in French. The person doing the translation was so poor that the lead counsel had to stop the translation.Cameroon concord is still gathering more updates to this developing story.Stay connected
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