In the video filmed by the officers, Tata is being tortured into a coma, by the officers who demand that he tells them where in the bush his brother, a supposed separatist fighter, is hiding. Tata was beaten on the soles of his feet, his buttocks, his back, and even his belly, with a machete. He was also kicked severally on the head. The officers poured water on him while torturing.
Human rights violations in Anglophone crisis
One of the setbacks of the Anglophone Crisis has been campaigns against the right to education, which is an established human right, as enshrined in article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 17(1) of the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights.