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Cameroon: Patrice Nganang to spend Christmas, New Year behind bars

Cameroonian writer and lecturer Patrice Nganang is to spend all end-of-year feasts behind bars after his trial was adjourned to January 19.

The last court hearing reportedly last just 15 minutes, the time dedicated to reading of the charges and other stuff. 

The outspoken author, who has been taken back to the Kondengui Central Prison, is accused of treating President Biya with contempt.

He is also accused of threatening to send a bullet into the skull of Mr Biya.

Like many others, Patrice Nganang may have to spend quite some time in detention as the case may be adjourned more than a thousand and one times. 

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