Maybe the military tribunal is different, but the last time I checked, it is settled law that a court cannot adjudicate and grant reliefs when none were ever asserted, claim or prayed for by the plaintiff. The verdict is therefore null and void. Having used force and war to no avail to break the Ambazonia resolve, this act of judicial terrorism was a shameful and pathetic self-inflicted ignominy that betrays a lamentable disdain for the rule of law and will not stand legal scrutiny in any civilized society.
The pig-headed life sentences of Ambazonia leaders is an act of judicial imbecility by a Kangaroo court that reinforces Cameroon's battered international image as a country with highly dysfunctional institutions where bizarre things happen. In its pleadings, the gov't sought the death penalty and never prayed for any specific or general monetary relief for damages, yet the court awarded FCFA 250 billion.