Barrister Agbor NKONGHO Interrogated at the Judicial Police - Photo

Barrister Nkongho High Spirited during Interrogation

Barrister Nkongho has not been taken to court yet. Some people initially thought the 1st February court trial was brought backward without their lawyers. 

We can now confirm that Barrister Nkongho is currently at the police station for interrogation and not at the military court as initially reported.

We gathered he is at the police station giving statements and defending himself in the strongest possible way.


The good news is that Barrister Nkongho though very bilingual has refused to speak in French. As the generals and others speak in French, he responds in English. This seems to be aching the authorities. Barrister Nkongho will continue speaking in English.

We are following updates. Let us continue being resolute because these leaders need us at our own end to be strong for them. The struggle continues


Culled From Mark Bareta's Facebook Wall.

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