Human Right lawyer, Bar. Agbor Nkongho Felix Balla has been sacked from the University of Buea as an instructor issues with examination question.

Human right defender, Agbor Balla has been dismissed from the University of Buea.

The decision was signed yesterday Wednesday 6 May, 2020 by the Vice Chancellor of the university Prof Ngomo Harace Manga.

According to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Ngomo Harace Manga the members of the disciplinary panel unanimously took the decision on Wednesday to terminate Balla’s contract with the university.

Bar. Agbor Balla was summoned before the disciplinary committee of the university on Tuesday May 5.

He was to answer questions related to an examination question he set linked to the anglophone crisis.

According to Balla, he boycotted the hearing because the decision and the approach of the summon violated his rights as an instructor with the university.

The summon to him follows no legal and administrative procedures, what he considered illegal.

Few days before he was summoned, all his courses were withdrawn in a unilateral decision by the university authorities.

Abgor Balla was recruited as an instructor with the University of Buea on June 2, 2015.

He was recruited as a common law instructor.

In an examination question to students at the common law department, he asked them questions linked to the present anglophone crisis, and another traced from the federal system of the country after independence.

Agbor Balla, it should be noted was arrested during the commencement of the anglophone crisis, when common law lawyers and teachers of the North West and South West protested against the marginalization and the suppression of educational and legal system.

Since the termination of his contract, Agbor Balla is still to comment.