Cameroon: NGO COORDINATOR A WORLD FUTURE, PHILIP NANGA IN DANGER, INTIMIDATIONS, FILATURE …

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Douala-Cameroon: February 18, 2019, The Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa (REDHAC), is very concerned about the threats and other reprisals to the situation of Human Rights Defenders and other activists in particular Philippe NANGA Coordinator of a Future World.

Facts :

For several months, Philippe NANGA underwent repeated spinning mills and surveillance on sight by police officers identified but in civilian clothes.

This has been accentuated since January 31, around 8:30 pm, when he was preparing to return home, after the office with his collaborators, they found a green car without registration having on board people followed them a few meters from their offices. They decide to mark a stop by entering a bakery not far from the offices.

Unfortunately having taken the path, the same car was again on their heels. Panic-stricken, Philippe NANGA's staff suggested that he spend the night at a friend's house.

On February 1st, 2019, at 8:12 am, Philippe NANGA received a call from an unknown number; The appellant says: "It was not a good thing to present the results of your observation, which gives Maurice KAMTO victorious, at a time when he is in trouble with the power in place". Two of his staff received calls saying "you have made your election report public, it is good but careful".

From February 4 to 11, the NGO Un Monde Avenir planned to organize a coffee debate bringing together young people from English-speaking regions and those from the coastal region, on the theme: "Young people's eyes on the so-called Anglophone crisis". Two hotels contacted refused to host this event. That is why,

The Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa (REDHAC) whose mission is the protection and security of Human Rights Defenders: – Denouncing the latest energy threats, reprisals that are intended only to intimidate Philippe NANGA, his relatives , and his collaborators; – Strongly condemns all forms of attacks on the physical and moral security of Philippe NANGA and other human rights defenders in Cameroon;

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At the African Course on Human and Peoples' Rights, the Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa (REDHAC) recommends:

– To demand from the Cameroonian authorities the physical and moral protection of Philippe NANGA in accordance with the Grand Bay Declaration.

At the United Nations, the Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa (REDHAC) asks:

To ensure the safety, the physical protection, the moral integrity of Philippe NANGA and all the other defenders (e) s. in accordance with the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights, freely ratified by Cameroon

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