AIPC Condemns the Abduction of Staff and Students of Presbyterian Secondary School (PSS) Nkwen






AIPC Condemns the Abduction of Staff and Students of Presbyterian Secondary School (PSS) Nkwen.

The Ambazonia International Policy Commission (AIPC) calls the attention of the international community, especially UNESCO, to the atrocious acts being perpetrated on Staff and Students of the Southern Cameroons. AIPC denounces the Kidnapping of Staff and students in the Southern Cameroons. AIPC calls on the dictatorial regime of Paul Biya to stop kidnapping Staff and Students from schools in the Southern Cameroons in attempting to put the blame on the self-defense forces of the Southern Cameroons.

AIPC is of the opinion that the Biya regime is committing these obnoxious acts in an attempt to gain sympathy from the international community while at the same time trying to discredit the legitimate case of the Southern Cameroons’ quest for restoration of its independent statehood.

The international community should note that previous kidnappings of Students have taken place in the presence of military personnel from French Cameroun on school premises. This has been the case in Saint Joseph College Sasse, Sacred Heart College Mankon and Presbyterian Secondary School (PSS) Bafut.


AIPC is fully convinced that the kidnapping of Staff and Students of PSS Nkwen today 5th November 2018 was carried out by forces loyal to French Cameroun’s dictator Paul Biya.

AIPC has noted that the gang leader speaking in the video footage that has gone viral on social media could barely speak Pidgin-English. It is clear that this person has no mastery of Pidgin-English, a language that is widely used in the Southern Cameroons. The students were clearly instructed to recite a prepared script that ends with the sentence: “I have been kidnapped by Amba Boys.” This clearly indicates that the kidnappers badly wanted to be seen as Amba Boys!

AIPC calls special attention to the fact that the schools in which these kidnappings took place are heavily guarded by soldiers loyal to French Cameroun. How can 80 Students and Staff members be kidnapped in a school being protected by the French Cameroun military without them putting up a fight?

AIPC holds the French Cameroun regime of Paul Biya responsible for the abduction of Staff and Students of PSS Nkwen. AIPC calls on the international community to immediately intervene and force the rogue regime of Paul Biya to free all abducted Staff and Students of PSS Nkwen.

Sincerely AIPC Chief Press Officer

CC: -Media Houses -International Organisations – Human Right Organisation




  1. sunshine

    November 6, 2018 at 2:35 AM

    biya’s criminal syndicate is running out of schemes in Ambazonia. Ambazonia is getting too hot for him to continue his corrupt evil attempts. biya has failed and will continue to go down the drain of his own cesspool. Ambazonians are watching biya with glee to see how far he can stand the heat in Ambazonia. Amba boys know what they are doing. Amba boys are well trained, wise, well behaved and will not be deterred by a criminal such as biya.

  2. Kwasi

    November 6, 2018 at 9:55 AM

    Truth no matter how long we try to twist it can not be twisted.
    Face the truth or you continue being a slave by trying to twist the truth, forming all manner of lies to cover up a truth .
    Be reminded that lie can never become truth nor truth become a lie, we done tire!!!

  3. Malis

    November 6, 2018 at 12:24 PM

    Popularity contest.

    Where are these AIPC and all these others noisemakers as Ambazonians are being slaughtered, massacred, …

    When is the last time any of these noisemakers took some risk to stir up thing purposely to pull attention towards our situation?

    Useless people.

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