Cabinda Association for Development, Culture and Human Rights prepares a petition calling for the resignation of those responsible for the Ministry of Interior and the Police.
The Association for Development, Culture and Human Rights of Cabinda (ADCDH) is preparing a demonstration on Saturday, 29th, to mark Africa Day, 25th.
“The neocolonialism we have suffered in Cabinda since 1975, the deprivation of fundamental freedoms, the lack of opportunities, employment, etc.,” will be the themes of the protests, according to President Alexandre Kuanga Nzito.
On the other hand, President Alexandre Kwanga Nsito is in Luanda collecting signatures for a petition that aims to demand the dismissal of those responsible for the Ministry of Interior and the National Police in Cabinda, due to what he considers to be an increase in police torture against activists in the enclave.
“The police in Cabinda became even more violent, the Municipal Command of the local police became the center of torture”, adds Nsito, stressing that it is “time to stop” what he calls the deprivation of fundamental freedoms in Cabinda .