Hearing in the Habeas Corpus case, filed by the Defence Counsel of Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and Co resumed today at the Appeal Court in Yaounde, Cameroon’s political capital.
The leader of the Ambazonian Interim Government and associates appeared before the judge for the first time, today, November 1st in Yaounde amid tight security.
The case was adjourned to November 15.
The Lead Defence Counsel, Barrister Fru John Nsoh had told the court to show good faith by sending Sisiku and alleged accomplices to court.
The prison officials on October 11, during the previous hearing, claimed they were unaware, the accused had to appear in Court.
The Ambazonian leaders have been held incommunicado for 10months, as they are constantly being denied access to their lawyers.
They were arrested in Abuja Nigeria, on January 5 and extradited to Cameroon.
His lawyers have accused the Cameroon government of violating international laws.