Southern Cameroon's President Julius Tabe kidnapped in Abuja

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President of the interim Government of the Southern Cameroons Julius Tabe has been abducted in Nigeria.
He was abducted on Saturday evening in Abuja, Nigeria’s Capital.
His kidnap is said to be causing panic in the English Speaking Central African nation, which has been seeking to secede from the mainly French-speaking region.

President Tabe and eight other officials of the  Interim Government of the  Federal Republic of Ambazonia(another name for Southern Cameroon),  were meeting at Nera Hotels on Alex Ekwueme Road, Abuja on January 5 when the kidnappers struck.
The meeting was disrupted by the gun-carrying men who barged into the room and kidnapped everyone present.
Those abducted with President Tabe are Dr. Nfor  Ngala  Nfor,  Chairman of  the  Southern  Cameroons  National  Council (SCNC), Dr. Fidelis Nde Che, Dr. Henry Kimeng, Prof.  Awasum, Dr. Cornelius  Kwanga, Mr. Tassang  Wilfred,
Barrister Eyambe  Elias, Dr. Ojong Okongho, and Barrister Nalowa  Bih, a statement said.

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