Sunday, August 12, 2018

Extrajudicial Executions: The Journalist Sismondi Barlev Bidjocka Acknowledges To Be Misleaded And Presents His Deep Excuses To The Followers


237 | Faced with the controversy generated by the statement of the minister spokesman of
the government about an unsustainable video of soldiers executing women and children, Sismondi Barlev Bidjock, one of the persons who are credited with having described the video as "fake-news" was immediately found himself in hot water on social networks

After being the target of bad comments from several Internet users, the investigative journalist apologized

"Seven soldiers arrested at this level of investigation for abuses against civilians, including women and children slaughtered at the Kalashnikov! The investigation is not over, but obviously there is no doubt! it is thus ours and not boko haram that I thought to identify in said video! This conclusion or if you want, at this level of the investigation we put an end to a profound difference, where I was wrong, but in good faith! I fully assume this mistake. I offer all my sincere apologies to my followers and others so misled. have a nice week end ! ", He wrote on his facefook page

Besides Sismondi Barlev Bidjocka, socio-economist Mathias Eric Owona Nguini had also stepped up to the plate accusing a political group, especially the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC). to be responsible for this "manipulation"

Thus, the Cameroonian government, which for a first time had denied the authenticity of the video ended up recognizing it through a statement made public Friday, August 10 by Minister Issa Tchiroma Bakary.

The investigation conducted by the President of the Republic led to the arrest of the following military personnel: Lieutenant (Navy) Fobassou Etienne. Sergeant Bityala Cyriaque Hilaire, Corporal GodweNama Didier Jeannot, Corporal Tsanga, Private Class Donossou Barnabas, Private Class Manasse Jacobai Jonathan, Private Class Ntieche Fewou Ghisiain.