- Nlend Ayme won the Southwest Regional championship and the interpools last year with Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe
- The former Njalla Quan Sports Academy and Little Foot FC coach was beaten for challenging state security’s attempt to secure public order
- He is currently receiving medical support at an undisclosed health facility in Limbe
Former ISOHSA of Limbe head coach, Nlend Ayme has been beaten mercilessly by a group of military officials on a mission to implement law and order in Limbe.
The Limbe-based trainer ran into trouble with the military on Sunday, January 28 as he attempted to impede imposition of public security by the dynamic military team that was at work around the Bota neighborhood in the seaside resort city.
Nlend noted for his ‘lousy’ lifestyle, who was dismissed from ISOHSA two months ago is said to have engaged in an argument with a military official which escalated into a fight.
The 2023 Southwest coach of the year ended up with a battered and swollen face as the military went all out in their attempt to ensure law and order.
We understand he was escorted to the hospital after the incident and he has remained medically detained till this Monday morning.
This is not the first time a civilian in the football industry gets into trouble for preventing a state security agent from working. Last year, Dragon of Yaounde skipper Francis Koloto attacked a police officer guarding students in a school and ended up in a big mess.
Over the years, the military in the Southwest Region particularly has been commended for its vigilance, professionalism and capacity to deal with excesses manifested by civilians for any reason.
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