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Meme lawyers form task force to defend 38 Anglophones arrested October 1

he esplanade of the Meme High Court in Kumba, Thursday, November 9, 2017 was full to capacity by family members of some Anglophones who were arrested on the October 1st, 2017 following demonstrations.
The October 1 demonstrations which turned bloody were organized by some Anglophones in the Diaspora to celebrate what they termed the ‘Independence’ of Southern Cameroon.
The family members came to see their relatives for the very first time, appearing in court, after about six weeks of pretrial detention at the Kumba Principal Prison.
The 38 arrested youths, including minors and a female student, had been on Administrative detention by the Senior Divisional Officer, SDO, for Meme Ntou’ou Ndong Chamberlin.

The SUN gathered that they are charged for having violated the decision of the Governor of the South West Region prohibiting all public gathering and manifestation as from the September 29 to October 2, 2017.
They shall in the days ahead begin defending themselves before the Examining Magistrates of the Meme High Court and Court of First Instance Kumba. Meanwhile, a Task Force has been created by the Meme Lawyers Association, in collaboration with the Human Rights Commission of the Cameroon Bar Association, headed by Barrister Atoh Walter Tchemi, including Barristers Asu Alfred, Ekokule Raymond, Tabi EvaristusTabi, Chibili Christian Jnr, Advocates-In- Training, Alemanji Elvis, Gerad Nsa, Ndohminang Dickson Fointama, Dinga Briget, and Agha Chris to offer free services to the detainees.
Below is the list of the detainees
1. Chia Clovis
2. Tebot Henry
3. Aturi Bruno Nyam
4. Ngeh Boris Tawong
5. Tambah Richard Atem
6. Chiabo Francis
7. MesumbeDeron
8. TanyiEvaristus
9. Durand Chidera
10. Simo Elvis
11. Dayo Linus
12. Eltoh Elvis
13. Mesumbe Brandon
14. Samson Ako
15. Fung Elvis
16. Ndassi Victram
17. Sakwe Damas
18. Anyah Bevis
19. Neba Emmanuel
20. Munyi Joseph
21. Anu Beh Hubert
22. Ngola Ismael
23. NgouenetNoubossi
24. Otte Alain
25. Njume Maurice
26. NgongThaddeaus
27. Divine Bertin Pierre
28. Aruna Suleman
29. Tabot George
30. Yong Emmanuel
31. Zih Julius
32. Takem Divine
33. Anana Dokiri
34. Tchindo Primus
35. Ateno Brownson
36. Pamela Nsih
37. Nguimkeng Silatsta
38. Atabe Ndoh Njume.

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