The 30 seminarians who were abducted by Ambazonian Separatists in Mamfe, Manyu Division of the South West Region of Cameroon have been released.
They regained their freedom on Friday, one day after being taken against their will, held in captivity in an undisclosed location.
Information from the communication unit of the Mamfe Diocese reveals that the “30 Seminarians from the St. John Paul II Major Seminary Bachuo Ntai and their driver were seized as they returned to their campus.”
It’s not known wether a ransom was paid by the Catholic Church authorities to secure their release or not.
Kidnapping for ransom has become a new normal in Anglophone cameroon as the Anglophone crisis drags on.
Mimi Mefo Info