Anselme Noumbiwa is a person seeking sanctuary in Great Britain. He faces deportation to his home nation, Cameroon, where he will be in danger of torture and possibly death. Please take action to stop his deportation.
Anselme Noumbiwa fled Cameroon in 2006 because he was at risk of punishment for not adhering to the tribal traditions of the *Bamileke people. As the son and heir to the tribal Chief, Anselme was expected to assume his father's role, which included 'marrying' his many wives. When his father died in May 2006, Anselme refused to become the new Chief because polygamy contravened his Christian beliefs. In an attempt to force Anselme to comply with tradition, the village elders subjected him to the most degrading and terrifying torture.
Anselme was detained yet again on 14 April 2010. He was due to be deported on 21 April, but the deportation charter flight was cancelled due to the volcano in Iceland. Anselme is keeping his campaign updated on twitter , and has had good press coverage in the Independent and the Morning Star. But he needs your help - now.
For the full story and how you can take action, please visit this link: http://www.ncadc.org.uk/campaigns/Anselme.html