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The Principal of Government High School (GHS), Mile 16 Bolifamba Buea, Mrs Enanga Georgiana Sanga, has been arrested. She was picked up, May 25, 2018 at around 8:00am, by unknown men while she presumably was on her way to school.

According to sources, Mrs Enanga was fared from Mile 16 to Muea around the Chief’s palace, still in Buea, before transferred to a bike, where they used the Lissoka road to an unknown destination.

Though information as at now is sketchy, it is however rumoured that Mrs Enanga’s arrest must have been masterminded by a group of protectionists of the integrity of the Federal Republique of Ambazonia. A youth of Mile 16, Mathias Ekongo, told BaretaNews that the principal could have been arrested for conniving with LRC police to force Mile 16 youths to take part in the malicious 20th May celebrations.

“On May 19, 2018, over 100 youths from Mile 16 including me, were kidnapped by forces loyal La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) and locked up at different detention facilities in Buea. We were released on May 20, after haven forced to partake in the LRC National Day. Some of us were forced to wear the GHS Mile 16 uniforms, even against our will,” Mathias Ekongo said.

Meantime, BaretaNews is getting information that Chiefs of Buea are currently holding a crisis meeting at the secretariat of the Southwest Chiefs Conference. The meeting chaired by the colonial DO of Buea, Kouam Wokam Paul, is probably aimed at strengthening relations with the chiefs, against the Amba fighters.

A similar meeting is also taking place at the colonial governor’s office.

By Lucas Muma

Managing Editor – BaretaNews

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