All top U.S. media are now demanding the immediate release of their Professor Patrice Nganang who was arrested by senior terrorist leader Paul Biya on his way back from visiting Cameroon.
Professor Nganang, a Francophone who advocates for a two-state Federal system of equal status, has now spoken from Kondengui prison, officially demanding the immediate release of all Anglophone leaders before his own release.
All students in the Stony Brook university in New York, citing U.S. media reports, are threatening a nation-wide strike if their Professor is not immediately released and brought back to the USA.
New York Times is bent on the story and has promised to nail Paul Biya on his final cross.
"We paid our fees and we want our Professor back to teach us," New York Times quotes a white student.
Tapang in New York, USA.
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