200 IT jobs at risk with arrest of Cameroonian activist in Abuja


WED, JANUARY 10 2018-theG&BJournal-The arrest earlier this week of Cameroonian political activist, Dr. Fidelis Ndeh–Che could potentially lead to the closure of an IT company he founded in Nigeria, leaving over 200 youths unemployed.

Ndeh-Che, who spearheaded his firms drive into Nigeria and was responsible for over $50 million in new business revenue from Nigeria and Ethiopia, was reportedly arrested by the Department of State Services (DSS), the Nigerian security outfit not for anything but for his social media activism for an end to the marginalization if his beloved people of Southern Cameroon by the despotic President Paul Biya.

The question agitating the minds of his twitter followers and admirers is why would the APC led federal government that lost 7.9 million jobs in the past three years compound the woes of Nigerian youths by this action that threatens another two hundred jobs.

Ndeh-Che, Managing Partner of a leading technology Services company based in Abuja and an Assistant Professor, School of Information Technology & Computing, American University of Nigeria,  has been on the forefront for the agitation for independence of Southern Cameroon and in May 2017, alongside his compatriots, Dr Cornelius Kwanga and Sisiki Ayuk Tabe signed a letter urging Nigeria, Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), African Union (AU), as well as the United Nations (UN) to help prevent a full-scale genocide allegedly being planned by the Cameroonian government against the English speaking Southern Cameroonians.

Our sources say Ndeh-Che and his compatriots were arrested at the request of the Cameroonian government but several well meaning youths in Nigeria are urging for his release while condemning his arrest which they describe as a senseless act.




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