Saturday, December 16, 2017

Colonel Didier Badjeck takes stock of the situation at the front of the two wars against the English-speaking separatists and the Islamists Boko

"Cameroonians must be reassured that territorial integrity is preserved and that the fight is taking place in favor of our forces"


After having counted elements shot dead during Anglophone crisis, the defense and security forces now claims to have control on ground in the Southwest and North-West, the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon plunged since more than a year in a socio-politico-security crisis.

On the morning of December 14, 2017, the regular army routed "a column of attackers who tried to sink our device," said Colonel Didier Badjeck, head of the communication division of the Ministry of Defense.

The latter claims that the combat on the ground is taking place in favor of the defense and security forces. He also said that in front of the war against Boko Haram in the Far North Region, the Cameroonian army has disabled the members of the sect Boko Haram "that can not be manifested today. only by intrusions into villages to feed themselves.

Above, the interview of Colonel Didier Badjeck on the situation at the front of the two wars against the English-speaking separatists and the Islamists Boko Haram.

Interview broadcast this Saturday, December 16, 2017 at CRTV Radio as part of the program "Honor and Fidelity", a production of the Ministry of Defense

Source : Cameroon-Info.net.