Unconfirmed reports say Barrister Agbor Balla has been earmarked for arrest.
Anonymous sources today, hinted close aides of the Human Rights lawyer of his imminent arrest.
The same sources cautiously adviced that, the former President of the Fako Lawyers Association leaves the country before it’s too late.
Barrister Agbor Balla, founder of Centre for Human Right and Democracy in Africa just made a strong case for the Anglophone struggle at the Constitutional Council while defending the Cameroon Renaissance Movement party Presidential candidate, Professor Maurice Kamto.
Mimi Mefo Info contacted Barrister Agbor Balla who said he cannot bow to intimidation.
Hear him: « I am currently out of the country for a series of speaking engagements in the universities of Toronto, Ottawa and MacGill. I will be coming back to the country immediately I am done here in Canada. I am not scared of being arrested nor can be bullied for fighting against injustices, oppression and marginalization »
Barrister Agbor Balla and other Anglophone leaders were arrested in January and detained in Yaounde for eight months before being released.
Their sole offence was the call for the restoration of the uprooted heritage of the English Speaking population in Cameroon.