Boston Massachusetts resident and US citizen of Ambazonian decent, Fabian Fomuki who was abducted by soldiers loyal to Cameroon's veteran dictator Biya has been released and escorted to Nsimalemn International Airport today Monday, 15.01.2018, after spending over 7 months without charges in Biya's dungeons in Yaounde.
Fabian left the US for Cameroon early June of 2017, on the 20th of that same month, he went to Douala to negotiate the clearance of his container from the Doaula seaport, later that evening, upon arriving his hotel, he was approached by plain cloth officers and bundled up to an unkown location.
It took over a week after his abduction for the family and well wishers, with intervention of the US embassy in Yaounde to locate his whereabouts.He was held in captivity and denied access to lawyers and his family.Trumped up charges were levied against him for inciting terror against the state, after the US embassy pressed for a fair and transparent accusation if any.
Fabian had been a critic of the brutal suppression of civil liberties in the Anglophone regions by the Biya regime. In September of 2017, four US congressmen wrote to Secretary of State Tillerson, calling on the USA government to press Paul Biya for his release.
The Biya's regime had been put under immense international pressure to release all US citizens in its detention centerS.
Fabian is back on his way to the US.He will be departing this afternoon onboard an Ethiopian Airlines to meet his family back after the ordeal.