Monday, October 8, 2018

The home of former PM Achidi Achu attacked by secessionists


The secessionist fighters who oppose the organization of the 2018 presidential election in the English-speaking regions, are the authors of the fire that occurred on the evening of Saturday, October 06, 2018 at the home of the former prime minister.

The secessionist fighters who oppose the holding of the presidential election in the English-speaking regions, have been facing since yesterday the defense and security forces whose elements were deployed by the central government to allow people wishing to go to the polls. to go and fulfill their civic duty safely.

It is in this very tense atmosphere that the home of Simon Achidi Achu was set on fire on the evening of Saturday, October 6th in Santa, a municipality of the department of Mezam, North West Region.

"I can not tell you exactly who fired. But, there is no doubt that they are the secessionists. They especially want our daddy because according to them, he is the symbol of the old regime of Yaounde.But these criminals come to set fire to a whole house with the intention of burning a whole family. Fortunately, only the property burned, no one died, "said a local resident interviewed by a local media.

Although weakened by age and illness, Achuy Achid was thinking on the ground for the CPMR candidate's election campaign. The 84-year-old former prime minister, for example, attended the two big meetings of candidate Pau Biya organized in Bamenda, chief town of the North-West Region.


Source: actucameroun.com