AGBOR BALLA SATISFIED RECIEVING COLONIAL TROPHY ADMIST WORSENING ANGLOPHONE CRISIS
AGBOR BALLA APPEARS TO HAVE PLEASURE RECIEVING COLONIAL TROPHIES ADMIST WORSENING ANGLOPHONE CRISIS
Cameroon’s prominent human rights lawyer and activist, Nkongho Felix Agbor is the latest to receive the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award.
He was honoured on Wednesday alongside Maximilienne C. Ngo Mbe at the 39th edition of the annual event, held in Washington DC, United States of America.
Both laureates were described as “courageous activists who embody the civil society efforts from the Anglophone and Francophone regions of Cameroon,” by Kerry Kennedy, president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights.
Nkongho and Ngo Mbe remain are two frontline advocates for Cameroon’s human rights cause, especially for the conflict-hit Anglophone regions.
Nkongho it should be recalled, had been jailed by the Biya regime for his views on matters of national interest.
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Bijingsi Pascal Bimiati
Rewarding Agbor Balla without punishing the Biya government is an injustice to humanity. Agbor was imprisoned by the Cameroun government for Anglophone course, Agbor was sacked from the University of Buea for Anglophone course, Agbor is now popular because the Cameroun government is prosecuting a war against Ambazonians and Agbor is playing the role of a Human Right Activist.
Sir, but what baffles me is the fact that, the symbol you carry as award represents the head of a whiteman. Why didn’t they make what symbolises the negro? Just pondering aloud.