By Polycarp Ashu
Sources at the Ministry of Justice indicate significant progress has been made on the paperwork for an official request to the Belgian Government for the arrest and eventual extradition of Mr Mark Bareta. Born on December 15, 1984 and descendants of Nso, in the North West Region of Cameroon, Mr Bareta who now resides in Belgium posing as a refugee student is been accused of promoting civil war, accomplice to destabilisation of the state and promoting acts of terror that had led to loss of lives in Bamenda, Ekona and Kumba. An anonymous source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reveal the state is not hurrying the process, despite the readiness of the State Prosecutor on accumulating wealth of evidence largely from online publications and forensic evidence from some arrests made in Buea on persons disseminating flyers calling for a ghost town, who revealed financial sponsorship from overseas including Belgium. The successful extradition of the ISIS inspired Cameroonian cyber-activist will be an asset in the country’s effort to thwart civil disobedience and prevent a civil war. Mr Bareta has been, in recent days, very boastful on his capacity to topple the state and has co-authored press releases insulting Cameroonians of French expression and fomenting a revolution.