MIMI MEFO THOUGH RELEASED, TO APPEAR BEFORE THE MILITARY COURT TODAY MONDAY

MIMI MEFO THOUGH RELEASED, TO APPEAR BEFORE THE MILITARY COURT TODAY MONDAY
MIMI MEFO THOUGH RELEASED, TO APPEAR BEFORE THE MILITARY COURT TODAY MONDAY





The National Union of Journalists of Cameroon (SNJC) has already lifted the boycott slogan of the activities of the government that had been initiated.

The assistant editor in charge of the English desk at Equinoxe was released on November 10 after spending 72 hours at the New Bell Penitentiary Center. She was accused of publishing false information on her website.



Indeed, Mimi Mefo relayed the words of a source claiming that the American missionary Charles Wesco, who died on October 30 during a clash between English-speaking separatists and Cameroonian security forces in the north-west, was killed by regular army bullets. His incarceration sparked turmoil across the country: