A human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, has warned against Nigeria’s continued detention of seven leaders of a Cameroonian separatist movement, by operatives of the State Security Service, the SSS.

The SSS reportedly arrested leaders of the Movement for the State of Ambazonia: a separatist agitation led by English-speaking Cameroonians, during a visit of the agitators to Nigeria on Friday.

Several sources confirmed the arrest to PREMIUM TIMES on Saturday.

The advocates include the president of the Movement for the Freedom of Southern Cameroon, Sikiku Tabe, Nfor Ngala Nfor, Fidelis Che, Henri Kimeng, Cornielius Kwanga, a professor identified as Awasum and a lawyer, Nalowa Bih.

SOURCE:allafrica

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