When we postpone this case to two weeks, this obviously presupposes that, during these two weeks, President Kamto will still be assigned his home without any court order without any administrative order. This attack will therefore continue for at least two more weeks, and we cannot admit that a Cameroonian is kept at home with his family and home staff without food, without medicine, for that long. In the meantime, we, the lawyers, are thinking of other procedures that we can initiate so that this measure is effectively lifted and that Mr. Kamto is able to come and go, which is an inalienable dish.
Maître Emmanuel Simh, one of Maurice Kamto’s lawyers
Master Simh adds that 34 people arrested in connection with the September 22 demonstrations were referred to the Yaoundé Military Court on Thursday, October 15, before being sent back to the police units for further investigation.