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Cavaye Yeguie, four CPDM big wigs dragged to court for terrorism

Cavaye Yeguie House Speaker

The Cameroon Renaissance Movement party has dragged the Speaker of the National Assembly Cavaye Yeguie Djibril and four CPDM big wigs and members of government to court.

According to a complaint filed at the court, a copy which got to the news desk of journalducameroun.com, Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, Mounouna Foutsou, Yaouba Abdoulayen Taiga and Adoum Gargoum are accused of destruction, acts of terrorism amongst other others.

In the complaint addressed to the legal bench of the Yaounde military tribunal, the lawyers of the Cameroon Renaissance movement accused the CPDM big wigs of supervising the burning of the CRM’s party gadgets in the Far North Region as a means of intimidating the party’s supporters in the Region.

The lawyer for the Cameroon Renaissance Movement, Emmanuel Simh says such acts have been pre-meditated by House Speaker Cavaye Yeguie Djibril during several meetings nof the CPDM.

According to the CRM, such acts are punishable by law in conformity with sections 74,95, 267 and 316 of the penal code and 2.1a of Law no 2014/028 of 23 December 2014 punishing acts of terrorism.

It is now left to be seen of the Yaounde military tribunal will receive the complaint or throw it out.


Published on 28.04.2020

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