Ayah Ayah Abine’s interrogation at the SED Yaounde will continue today. What is the crux of the matter?

Ayah Ayah Abine, last son of chief justice Ayah Paul Abine spent several hours of interrogation at the State Defense Secretariat in Yaoundé.

According to sources closed to the family, he was summoned to answer allegations of alleged arms trafficking, and for collaborating with separatists.

It was at the SED office that he got to know the reason why he was summoned.

“He was surprised to learn on the spot that he was summoned to answer charges of arms trafficking for the terrorist secessionists.

After being interrogated, he was asked to leave and come back tomorrow (referring to

today) for the continuation, “informed one of his relatives.

Denunciation of a converted separatist

The beginning of this affair started less than a month ago when the son of Ayah Paul Abiné was accused by a repentant separatist Success Nkongho of delivering weapons to the secessionists.

The separatists have been waging war since 2016 against the government’s defense and security forces in the anglophone regions.

What is the crux of the problem? His allegation

It is noted that it was two years after the anglophone war of independence that the Ayah family created a foundation to help the displaced victims of the war.

People who have been displaced as a result of the socio-political and security crisis in the North West and South West regions could benefit from this foundation.

One of the beneficiaries of this foundation, Dr. Success Nkongho, a repentant separatist who joined to favor the Yaounde regime place an accusation on Ayah Ayah Abine.

Dr. Success Nkongho accused Ayah Ayah Abine of delivering weapons to secessionists under the guise of his humanitarian activities.

Ayah Ayah Abine denied the allegation and accusation without bringing any complaint against Dr. Success Nkongho.

But unfortunately for the accused, the government has been holding firm to this accusation.

Ayah Ayah Abine after answering some questions yesterday at SED Yaounde, was asked to return home, to present himself today for further interrogations.

Many have been skeptical about his security and safety.

Some are asking if the government will arrest and detain him like the others, or he will be treated the same way his father was treated when arrested.