AMIDST FURIOUS AMBAZONIAN KIDNAP, FELIX AGBOR BALLA AND MAXIMILIENNE NGO RECIEVE THE R.F KENNEDY AWARD

AMIDST FURIOUS AMBAZONIAN KIDNAP, FELIX AGBOR BALLA AND MAXIMILIENNE NGO RECIEVE THE R.F KENNEDY AWARD

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May 6, 2022 0

AMIDST FURIOUS AMBAZONIAN KIDNAP, FELIX AGBOR BALLA AND MAXIMILIENNE NGO RECIEVE THE R.F KENNEDY AWARD

Maximilienne Ngo Mbe and Felix Agbor Nkongho honored in the United States in the midst of conflict

– Two Cameroonians honored for their efforts to protect human rights

– They received the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award

– They are Maximilienne Ngo Mbe and Felix Agbor Nkongho

AMIDST FURIOUS AMBAZONIAN KIDNAP FELIX AGBOR BALLA AND MAXIMILIENNE NGO RECIEVE THE R.F KENNEDY AWARD

The two human rights activists in the land of Paul Biya have received a beautiful consecration. Maximilienne Ngo Mbe and Felix Agbor Nkongho received the 2022 Human Rights Award from the American organization Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. The awardees are “courageous” individuals who “embody the efforts of civil society … in the midst of conflict, in a limited civic space, at great personal risk,” according to the organization.

This award should send a message to the protagonists of the Anglophone crisis, believes the president of Rehdac. “It is a symbol to say that our country needs its children, that together we can find solutions … nothing is impossible if there is a continuous dialogue, sincere and frank … This award comes to rehabilitate our cries and our cries,” she said to RFI.



Lawyer Felix Agbor Nkongho, for his part, sees it as an additional motivation to continue his fight for justice. “Our lives have been put in danger, but this gives us hope,” he said.

These two personalities never cease to alert on the situation of human rights in Cameroon, especially in the regions plagued by separatism.

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