The Yaoundé Military Tribunal has once again adjourned the case against Mancho Bibixy and other Anglophone detainees, who are still languishing behind bars in Yaoundé.
The case again the coffin revolutionist was adjourned to October 26.
Mancho Bibixy was arrested in Bamenda for launching a coffin revolution against bad roads and the indifference of the Bameda City Council Government Delegate, Vincent Nji Ndumu, to the plight of the Bamenda denizens.
He was charged with acts of terrorism and secessionist tendencies. Even though, Mancho Bibixy case and that of the leaders of the outlawed Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium was merged together, the Yaounde regime later detached the animator’s trial with those of others when President Paul Biya decreed that all Anglophones who were arrested in connection to the Anglophone Crisis should be released. Many of Macho’s supporters are still patiently waiting for their hero.
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