The National Secretary for Financial Affairs of the CPP party and key figure in the movement “Stand up for Cameroon” Beegeline Domou made the call over Equinoxe Television Wednesday shortly after attending a press conference granted by a network of human rights organizations (RHEDAC) in Douala.
The female political activists was scandalized by the recent moves of the government in keeping a death silence over the whereabouts of over 200 inmates who were recently dragged out of their detention facilities to a get to be officially established site.
The worrying factor according to Beegeline Domou is that despite the laws of the land, and international conventions duly signed and ratified by Cameroon, the judiciary is still not allowing access to the inmates in their new facilities to both their family members and their lawyers.
The woman known by her peers as “Iron Lady” concluded that it is a total failure of the Biya Regime calling on the entire nation especially the youths to take to the streets and outs those in power like has been the case in some African Countries.
Before her declaration, officials of RHEDAC had earlier called on the Minister of state in charge of Justice, Laurent Esso to resign reasons being that he has failed in prison management in Cameroon following the recent July 22 mutiny at the Kondengui prison in Yaoundé as well as in the Buea prison.
It was as a result of the Mutiny that the anglophone inmates and others were filtered out of their detention facilities.
177 in Yaoundé and 44 in Buea.
The silence over their whereabouts has pushed the Leaders of the secessionist movement, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe and 9 other Nera 10 detainees to announce an indefinite hunger strike actions inside the Kondengui prison.
Government spokesman, Rene Emmanuel Sadi who doubles as minister of communication in a tweet indicated that the detainees amongst whom is the coffin revolution leader, Mancho Bibixy alias BBC are alive and doing fine, though he did not specify their whereabouts.