CHRADA's president, Agbor Balla, also received a similar call, informing him of an ongoing search in his office, in Buea. With Mondays being observed as ghost town, all over the North West and North West regions, it was difficult for many to verify, including the victim, Agbor Balla.
Contacted on phone ,he expressed worry over the said act and promised to issue a communiqué on the unauthorized search, after a visit to Buea.
However, a local television station, HiTV Buea, was at the scene in Bunduma, Buea, where they dispelled the rumours, staring police was loitering around the area, and carrying out their security mission, without infringing on the rights of the organization. The report insists, no police officer or forces of defense, has entered or attacked Balla's office.
In a recent tweet, Barrister Agbor Balla’s organisation had reported that since the crisis began in 2016, the military has allegedly burnt down 176 villages. The report is blunt on military persecution of civilians in the Anglophone regions. It was feared that the move to search was an attempt to silent him. However, it all turnt out fake.
The activist and freedom fighter Abgor Balla, was arrested on 17 January 2017. Born on August 23, 1970, Barrister Balla was a leading member of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC) which was subsequently, banned by government. Today and out of jail, thanks to a presidential pardon , he continues to call for peace, justice and serenity to return to Cameroon.