Prosecuted for ‘apology for crimes’, Ndoki breaks silence
“This is how we go from peaceful protest, suicide attempt by drowning in a dry gutter, apology for crimes and offenses and calls for insurrection.
We are at least 45 to be prosecuted. Courage, “tweeted the lawyer just after the announcement of the facts that are alleged in a direct quote
Michelle Ndoki will have to appear on November 6 at the Court of First Instance of Douala-Bonanjo, for “apology crimes” and other crimes.
The lawyer and activist of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC) is accused of having participated in the organization of meetings and unauthorized demonstrations on the public see on Saturday, October 27, 2018, whose purpose was to denounce the “Electoral hold” that favored the re-election of President Biya
45 other people must also appear that same day from 7:30 minutes to the Court of First Instance of Douala-Bonanjo