Sunday, September 16, 2018

Secessionists Raise Attacks in Western Region


The western region, bordering the two English-speaking regions, is now the target of attacks by secessionists. The most affected department is inevitably Menoua. Of the six arrondissements in this administrative unit, four are bordering the South West region.

The prefect of the department of Menoua recognizes that its territory of command suffered regular attacks from armed bands from the Southwest region. "Our department shares a large border with the Southwest; especially with the departments of Lebialem and Koupe Manengouba, more precisely with Nguiti.

In North Bafou (Nkong-Ni), Menoua is bordered by the district of Wabane; on the Fongo-Tongo (Fongo-Tongo) side with the Alou district. On the side of Fondonnera (Santchou) and Fongo-Ndeng (Dschang), we are bordering with the district of Fontem in the Lebialem ", located Balungueli Confiance Ebune, in the columns of the New Expression of Friday, September 14, 2018.

The last attack was on Tuesday, September 11th. After setting fire to Ndah public school in Fongo-Ndeng, secessionists urged people to leave before they move up a gear next time. In Chouadeng, another village near Fongo-Ndeng, the secessionists also made the threats. As well as to the populations of Fossong-Ellelen and those of Nzieh in the Nkong-Ni district.

In addition to Menoua, says La Nouvelle Expression, the Department of the Bamboutos, border with the Southwest and North-West is the victim of a few assaults of secessionists. We remember the attack on June 26th of the gendarmerie brigade of Babadjou by a group of armed men presented as "Amba boy's".

In the district of Galim and more specifically the Bagam and Bamenyam groups bordering with the Ngokentudja department, some atrocities have also been attributed to the separatists. In the district of Mbouda, Balatchi border at the district of Wabane in Southwest has certainly not yet received an attack, but the populations are on the alert. Exactly like those Bangang near Lebialem.

To shelter, most of the inhabitants of the localities decided to move.


Source: cameroon-info.net