Vice Chancellor of the University of Buea threatens students and lecturers 1

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Buea, Dr Nalova Lyonga is reportedly threatening students and lecturers against staying away from the university saying that they are doing so at their own risk. In a release signed on January 24, 2017 the Vice Chancellor said students must come to school because studies are going on as planned in the congregation meeting of January 13, 2017. She added that staff and students who fail to come to school would have themselves to blame.

The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium which has legitimate authority over all of Southern Cameroons territory including its citizens have decreed that all academic establishments in West Cameroon should remain closed and ghost town operations will be observed every Mondays and Tuesdays until all Anglophone demands are met including the release of all political detainees.

Consortium sources say whosoever is going by that title Vice Chancellor should respect constituted authority in West Cameroons.

UB Rector press release

By Sama Ernest