Last year, three individuals were prosecuted for exercising silent mental prayer near abortion facilities in England
Mr Ngole was offered political asylum in the UK after facing political persecution in Cameroon.
Here is yet another worrying sign coming from the British islands.
The man apologised multiple times and explained that he did not mean to harm anyone.
This case is just one more in a long list that is being formed in a trend towards hostility to Christianity in the UK workplace.
Without pressure from the global stage, countries that prosecute Christian beliefs will continue to do so without consequence.
He held a sign reading "praying for free speech" in the vicinity of the abortion clinic, which was closed at the time.
Another similar case took place a few weeks ago, when a woman was arrested on the same charges.
A 7-year-old girl was also injured and was in serious condition.