The leader of the Popular Action Party and former Member of Parliament for Akwaya, Ayah Paul Abine says there are plans to kill him and other members of his family.
In a Facebook post yesterday, Aya Paul said armed security forces had loitered around the Ayah Foundation in Buea apparently to kill him but could not.
“It is already a notorious fact that, yesterday, July 31, 2018, six masked BIR soldiers on board a white pick-up went to St Valentine Centre (Orphanage), Buea, used by the Ayah Foundation to shelter some orphans of the genocidal war against Anglophones, most probably to kill Ayah Paul Abine, but missed him, ” Ayah Paul wrote on his Facebook page.
“Since afternoon today, the same or similar white pick-up with some five masked BIR soldiers did park some 20 (twenty) metres from my residence by crow’s flight. One soldier was standing with a machine gun pointing at my residence. As my wife had travelled to Douala with our vehicle because she lostther only brother-in-law yesterday, I have been compelled to stay indoors through the day… ” the senior magistrate added.
He said his family was serenne despite the situation but how ever revealed they have collected sufficient evidence as to suspects and even went as far as posting the pictures of one of the persons he suspects. He equally promised to publish the picture of the second suspect.
Ayah Paul Abine, a retired Advocate General, it should be recalled was released from detention in August 2017 after spending over seven months behind bars without charge following the escalation of the Anglophone crisis.