Alafnet.com is getting reports that prof. NALOVA Lyonga Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buea (UB) has been sacked bearly two days after press reported she was in police custody in Yaounde,After eyewithness account indicated Prof Nalova’s passport was seized as she was to board a Brussels Airlines flight from the Nsimalen International Airport at 2:05 PM on the 18th of December,2016 to the US.
On the story Akoson Pauline confirmed the news in a recently published Facebook post citing some highly placed regime baron,who added that a release from the presidency is only being delayed and would be served to CRTV ‘at the most convenient time.
The Vice-Chancellor is accused of personally inviting the police in to the University campus to battered ,raped and molested UB students who were protesting peacefully over the presidential grant allocation.
Nalova told the press after the peaceful protest turn violent in Buea that the entire riot was incited by some authorities which will in the days to come, face the arm of the law.
Adding that the payment of the presidential grant to meritorious students witnessed a halt because of some complications from the level of the Ministry of Higher education.
On what becomes of the over 200 UB students who were arrested during the strike ,reportedly tortured in Limbe, Nalova Lyonga refused to answer the question asking one of her deputies Prof Fonkeng Epah George to comment on her behalf.
In Bamenda, Atanga Nji is also accused of inciting violence by the population after he said on state radio that he will personally instruct police to kill if the public attempts to stop a CPDM planned demonstration to lie to the world that there is no Anglophone problem.
The Minister of special duty himself an Anglophone, had earlier refused on an interview on state TV that there is no Anglophone problem. Creating further tension and violence in Bamenda which lead to about 10 people dead.
After Prof. NALOVA, Is Atanga Nji next?
By Zum Bertha
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