Central African Republic: Arbitrary arrest/ incommunicado detention/ Fear of torture or ill-treatment
Fourteen men (Raymond Béhourou, Marcel Bagaza, Barthélemy Boguina, Tom Mahamat, Roger Yamokoa, Joseph Kada, Georges Djungon, Elysée Doléance Tamkimadji, Serge Radas Dilkake, Honoré Mberna, Clémenceau Dorkem, Jacques Mobeang, Aimé Natayo and Raïkina Mamadou) were taken on 13 September by Presidential Security personnel from Ngaragba central prison in the CAR capital, Bangui, to an unknown destination. They are being held incommunicado and are at risk of torture and other ill-treatment. Clotilde Gamo, who had been tried alongside the 14 men, is in hiding, in fear for her safety.
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