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ANOTHER MASSACRE IN THE ANGLOPHONE REGION

ANOTHER MASSACRE IN THE ANGLOPHONE REGION
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Dust has not yet settled on the Ngarbuh Massacre that claimed the lives of 23people 14th of February causing causing a general condemnation that another killing has happened in Babanki still in the North West region. Images already viral on social media show lifeless bodies of 9 person comprising of women and children littered on the grown have caused the government to make an outing. In a communique made yesterday, the government spokesman confirms that people were killed in the night of Friday 29th February 2020 at Small Babanki in the North West region.

According to the Minister of Communication and government spokesman Rene Emanuel Sadi, all started on the 25th of February when heavily armed individuals attacked a construction site of the 5th division Army command post. The attack caused 2 deaths, 1 worker and 1 soldier. Three people were wounded in the ranks of the army. 5 civilians were kidnapped during the attack by the secessionist. The communique precises that there was a lot of material damaged and some stolen.

After the attack, the military carried on a rack operation one of the secessionist’s stronghold. During the shutting, 10 terrorist were neutralized among whom 3 women and a hostage that was freed. In his communique, the minister decries a false propaganda carried about by the media on line accusing the Arm forces to have killed 15 people, among whom  5 women and 4 children in the locality of Small Babanki. The government totally denies the unfounded accusations which are contrary to the truth.


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