Outrage As Cameroon Illegally Arrests United States Main Software package Developer, Rebecca Enochong

Rebecca Enochong, a US citizen and a major program developer and Founder of AppsTech, a

Rebecca Enochong, a US citizen and a major program developer and Founder of AppsTech, a global company small business application developer, has been arrested in Douala, Cameroon for alleged contempt of courtroom.

 

Human legal rights activist and president of Cameroon’s Peoples Bash (CPP), Kah Walla explained Rebecca’s arrest was carried out with no a warrant or summons and with no concrete rates.



He claimed there was only a “plainte verbal du Procureur General” which is essentially a verbal request by the Lawyer Basic.

 

According to Technext, Rebecca was being investigated in a family scenario with his brother. When she realised that her investigation was being managed by various investigators, she requested to the Normal Prosecutor that her scenario should really be investigated by a one inspector.

 

The Lawyer-Standard reportedly took this as an offence and on Tuesday, August 10, asked for her rapid arrest for contempt and to be remanded in custody at the Gendarmerie Legion in Douala. 

 

The arrested program developer is finest identified in Africa for becoming the founder of AppsTech, which operates in the US and Cameroon, and for co-founding the African Enterprise Angels Community, which promotes early-phase investment in startups in the continent. With over two decades as an entrepreneur, she is a extremely revered determine on African tech and innovation.

 

Traders and essential figures in Africa’s tech scene are petitioning for her release. 

 

AfriLabs, the greatest community of innovation hubs on the continent where Enonchong is board chair, described her arrest as “a blatant disregard for the rule of regulation,” specifically for the reason that there appeared to be no warrant for her arrest.

 

“We are upset with the Cameroonian governing administration on this progress and we strongly request they #FreeRebecca,” AfriLabs stated. 

 

“It’s the start of a further unfortunate hashtag in the central African country that has been the source of quite a few recent fears for human rights observers.”

 

Cameroon, just like most African countries, is notorious for detaining individuals who are important of the federal government.