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Cameroonian Soldiers reportedly shoot Protesters Dead

At least 8 people have been reportedly killed by Cameroonian soldiers
during protests by English-speaking Cameroonians for independence.

Anglophone speaking people in the Southwest and Northwest regions
have for a while been clamoring for Independence in the largely
Francophone country.


The regions have formed a group known as Southern Cameroon/Ambazonia Governing Council, according to Bloomberg.

4 protesters were reportedly shot dead in a northwestern town called Kumbo.

3 of the protesters had been marching to government buildings to
hoist the blue and white flag of Ambazonia, while 1 was a woman shot
inside her home.

3 bodies were also reportedly taken to a mortuary in the southwestern
town of Buea, while a person with gunshot wounds was declared dead at
the Kumba Presbyterian Clinic in the same region.

“The military, which is supposed to protect lives and property, has
turned into our greatest nightmare,” a resident of Buea told Guardian.

Internet services, including Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp, were
disrupted, helicopters flying at low ranges, and a large number of
troops posted around government offices, schools and churches.

President Paul Biya
who had passed a directive banning meetings of more than four people
and prohibiting inter-city travel during the weekend said on his
Facebook page:

Let me make this very clear: it is not forbidden to voice any concerns in the Republic.


However, nothing great can be achieved by using verbal excesses, street violence, and defying authority.


Lasting solutions to problems can be found only through peaceful dialogue.

Banigo Precious Charles

C.E.O & staff writer for Edgelinemusic, a Technology Enthusiast who lives in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Web Designer, Student, Writer, Computer Engineer, Problem Solver, Communication Skills

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