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CAMEROON: SCHOOL ATTACKS KEEP ON IN ANGLOPHONE REGION

CAMEROON: SCHOOL ATTACKS KEEP ON IN ANGLOPHONE REGION
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Shocking images flooding the social medial shows students and their teachers that were yesterday 4th October stripped naked and being terrorized in a secondary school in Kulu, Mile one in Limbe by gunmen whose message was that there should not be school in the troubled region. It was fortunate enough to know that no person was killed and no case of rape was reported. The students and their teacher were later released by the men to run naked for their lives, then some learning materials in the school was set ablaze. This was the first time the Anglophone secessionist carried out a landmarked action in the town of Limbe.

Meanwhile Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute has been in Kumba, South West Region of the country since Yesterday for the corps removal ceremony of the seven school children that were killed Saturday October 24th in a shootout by unidentified gunmen in the Mother Francisca International Bilingual Memorial Academy Kumba. PM Dion is going to Kumba some couple of days after a delegation of three state ministers have been there to bring their compassion to the parents of the murdered students and the population. Though the Kumba population and the country as a whole demand for more than that.

The region has however not known considerate calm since then, despite wide spread condemnation of the atrocious incident and public mourning marches almost all over the country, as there was an attack earlier in the Presbyterian Secondary School in Kumbo with eleven teachers since 3 days now.


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