Anglophone Detainees Protest, Seek U.S President’s Help

Hundreds of detainees arrested in connection with the Anglophone crisis have called on the US President Donald Trump and the European Union to rescue them from the Yaounde Central Prison.

The inmates, July 22, took prison authorities unaware and staged a demonstration demanding for their liberation.

In videos, circulated on social media, the Anglophone prisoners are seen singing the Ambazonian anthem.

They equally brandished placards calling for president Trump and other external bodies to help them.

Some are seen with papers, tied on their bodies, coloured Blue and white, a symbol of Ambazonia flag.

In the evening,  the Yaounde prison authorities are said to have fired tear gas to scatter the as angry inmates.

Published by TWIF NEWS

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