Yesterday, Yaoundé's Court of Appeal declared the two innocent, releasing them.
"We have been imprisoned for dressing differently," Franky Ndome told Amnesty International last month. Kimie and Ndome say they have been subjected to prejudice and violence by prison authorities and other inmates during their incarceration.
"The Cameroon authorities routinely ignore violence and discrimination against LGBTI people and this must be addressed," said Godfrey Byaruhanga, central Africa researcher at Amnesty International.
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