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Mark Thomas Anyandjuh

Its with a heavy heart that I read from abroad about what the National Chairman of the SDF is going through.I know nothing hides under the sun. If Ni John Fru Ndi was attending the convention in Bamenda on that ugly 26 th and sent some assasins to kill Diboule , let the murderers come to court and say it before the chairman.The Diboules should not just drag the reputation of the chairman in mud and go free.There should be unequivocal evidence in court to prove the chairman guilty for I can see the writings very clear on the wall.Mr Biya is at work to ruin the party.
Cameroon is a country that is suffering from moral drought thanks to the president Mr Biya and co-adjutors who have rendered the country dry. Cameroonians now go to extremes to survive.I read with shame the words of Mr Ngafesson Emmanuel saying a special prison for embezzlers will soon be created.Please tell Mr Biya to create a special bank to recover and save all stolen money from cameroon saved in foreign banks.Why is Mendo Ze still free ? That is one of the greatest embezzlers in Cameroon. I remember my days at CRTV South and POALA FM Bafoussam.The ladies who work for the Commercial service of the radio stations both FM and Provincial of the CRTV used to own money made from adverts thanks to having sex with the General manager.
Let the courts in cameroon be just beginning from the supreme court that is responsible for mr biya's continuous stay in power .Dipanda Mouele is a prisoner for proclaiming false results and remaining in the driving seat of the supreme court.
Every thing that has a beginning has an end and the end is imminent.
Mark Thomas Anyandjuh
Buenos Aires Herald
Argentina

dave kumboga

70 percent of inmates suffer illegal detention

The chairman of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms, Dr. Divine Chemuta Banda, has said that above 70 percent of inmates in Cameroon’s 34 prisons are being detained illegally.
Addressing journalists at the last World Press freedom Day, at downtown Limbe, said rather than decrease the abusive detention since 2003 has not change in spite of general out cry by the civilized world.
Meanwhile, it was gathered that the major violations registered by the commission have to do with abusive dismissals from work, refusal to register workers with an insurance scheme squabbles over landed property, break in family ties etc. according to the commission’s 2007 report, over 2000 complaints of human rights above were recorded.
Some of the human rights violations recorded at the National Commissions on Human Rights and Freedoms, NCHRF, headquarters and its branch officer in Bamenda and Buea included: 77 cases on right to accommodation, 85 on right to physical and moral integrity, 76 for basic detainee rights, 66 cases of arbitrary arrest and detention, and 132 cases on right to property. Corruption and influence peddling had a record of 17 cases.
An official of NCHRF commented that many NCHRF commented that many Cameroonians whose rights, are being trampled upon are suffering silently because of their ignorance of the various instruments that give them the be way to pursue perpetrators.
70 percent of inmates suffer illegal detention

The chairman of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms, Dr. Divine Chemuta Banda, has said that above 70 percent of inmates in Cameroon’s 34 prisons are being detained illegally.
Addressing journalists at the last World Press freedom Day, at downtown Limbe, said rather than decrease the abusive detention since 2003 has not change in spite of general out cry by the civilized world.
Meanwhile, it was gathered that the major violations registered by the commission have to do with abusive dismissals from work, refusal to register workers with an insurance scheme squabbles over landed property, break in family ties etc. according to the commission’s 2007 report, over 2000 complaints of human rights above were recorded.
Some of the human rights violations recorded at the National Commissions on Human Rights and Freedoms, NCHRF, headquarters and its branch officer in Bamenda and Buea included: 77 cases on right to accommodation, 85 on right to physical and moral integrity, 76 for basic detainee rights, 66 cases of arbitrary arrest and detention, and 132 cases on right to property. Corruption and influence peddling had a record of 17 cases.
An official of NCHRF commented that many NCHRF commented that many Cameroonians whose rights, are being trampled upon are suffering silently because of their ignorance of the various instruments that give them the be way to pursue perpetrators.

my dave kumboga
Human Rights resource person.

Mongo ALBERT

C’est avec allegresse que le monde entier Célèbre tous les 10-decembre la journée internationale des droits humains. D’ailleurs c’est un grand plaisir de savoir que le conseil des droits de l’hommes examine la situation des 192 Etats membre de L’ONU. Mais il faut avouer que le chemin est encore long a’parcourir quand il s’agit du respect des droits de l’hommes dans plusieurs pays du Monde et sortout en AFRIQUE.
Le cas de ce jeune Camerounais nomme Tchonang Sebastien Dachi Merime qui, ne pouvant pas resiste aux tortures et aux menaices dont il etait victime regulierement car etant un membre d’un parti de l’opposition ; A quitter son pays d’origine pour une destination incertaine afin d’avoir.
Sa vie sauve. L’ONU a toujours travaille d’arrache –pied pour que tous les hommes beneficient du respect des droits de l’homme c’est l’occasion pour nous d’interpeler tous les organismes de droits de l’homme les O.N.G. de droits de l’homme d’intervenir sur le cas de cejeune Camerounais a fin que justice soit faite.

Par Mongo ALBERT (secretaire de section S.D.F Bango.).

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