Principal Prison that the foursome are currently serving their terms. Meanwhile, two amongst the recently jailed inmates have told National Telegraph that they wouldn't give up even if Mr. Biya jails them for 27years like Nelson Mandela, adding that they'll fight till Ambazonia is free. National Telegraph has also gathered that some arrested on October 1, 2017 are expected in court on December 13, 2017. One of those to appear in court was quoted as saying that jailing them wouldn't stop the resolve of Southern Cameroonians to fight for their rights. In the meantime, National Telegraph still seizes the opportunity to reiterate that as first ever newspaper to be based in Manyu, with a permanent head office and staff, as bona fide, venerated and plenipotentiary as she has always been, no one has died in Manyu regarding the Anglophone crisis since the beginning of December. National Telegraph however maintains that Manyu is heavily militarized and an uneasy calm reigns as more than at least 15 villages have been abandoned by denizens for fear of the unknown. The Publisher and Editor-in-chief of the venerated National Telegraph was also quoted as saying that any other report of dead soldiers and civilians as at December 1, is false and fake. " I'm an Investigative Journalist and Seeker of the Truth, I write news though I do activism. As Publisher and Editor-in-chief of the venerated National Telegraph, I pride self in reporting only facts. Therefore, I don't expect my person or stories to be loved by all and sundry. After all, I'm not a Preacher of Prosperity Gospel"
- Thursday, Dec 07 2017
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At least four Southern Cameroonians have been sentenced to 100days imprisonment. Presiding at the session, Wednesday December 6, 2017, Justice Patience Arikai Tanyi, President of the High Court of Manyu and Courts of First Instance, Mamfe and Presiding Judge at Court One Mamfe, sentenced Brandon Afangha shown on picture above alongside three others. According to the judgement, the quartet were found guilty regarding their participation in the September 22 uprising in Mamfe Central and Manyu. National Telegraph's secret stringer has confirmed with sources at the Mamfe