Friday, September 14, 2018

Anglophone Crisis: Secessionists Defy Governor of North West Oder and Announce Comprehensive Curfew Starting from Monday, 16th


Cin | Indeed, last Monday, a curfew was introduced from 18h to 6h with a ban on taxi motorbikes, night trips and the operation of bars and other snacks in the same time interval . " This regime will be in force throughout the region, until further notice, " said Adolphe Lele Lafrique, governor of the North West and initiator of the measure.

This measure follows an attack by secessionists on the night of Saturday to Sunday. A bus convoy was ambushed by a group of secessionist activists in the village of Akum, a few kilometers from the city of Bamenda. Appraisal: the driver of a killed bus and several injured people.

As if to defy the authority, the secessionists announce, through leaflets and messages on social networks, a curfew 24/24 in the North-West region from September 16, reports the newspaper Essence of Cameroon Friday, September 14, 2018. So, we learn, people and actors in the national political scene are scared.

" The head of Elections Cameroon, the body does not charge elections in Cameroon, demanded security guarantees to the government, " said the newspaper. After numerous meetings with the authorities, they came to the conclusion that the presidential election will be organized throughout the national territory and therefore in the two English-speaking regions.

At the governors' conference which ended on September 11 in Yaoundé, the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, recalled that " the Head of State instructed the governors to take measures to ensure that the election will be held in the 360 ​​districts of Cameroon and ensure the protection of all candidates who will deploy on the ground ", as to challenge English-speaking secessionists who announced the disruption of the next election by terrorist attacks.