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Sunday, March 31, 2019

Akéré Muna attacked by secessionists: the full story of the facts


According to sources, the former candidate in the last presidential election and his family were preparing to return this Saturday, March 30, 2019 the city of Yaounde after the burial of Professor Walinjom Muna when they were attacked by armed men.

According to an assistant to Master Akere Muna, the latter and some relatives were attacked by suspected secessionists in Ngyen, a village in the North West Region."They tried unsuccessfully a kidnapping before taking away three of our four cars, 4x4s" explains our source who is quick to add that for now, Akere Muna and the other people who made the trip are out danger and negotiations have begun to recover cars.

While waiting to know more about Salomon Tandeng Muna, we tried in vain to have Master Akere Muna on the phone.

Recall that they went to the North West, a region in the grip of a civil war for three years, for the last act of the funeral of Professor Walinjom Fombad Tenjericha Muna died in Paris from illness on February 24, 2019. 72 years old.

The deceased, son of Salomon Tandeng Muna, one of the great artisans of the unification of Cameroon, began his last trip since the morning of Thursday, March 28, 2019 in the French capital.

His remains arrived at the Yaounde - Nsimalen International Airport on the night of that same Thursday, greeted with emotion by his family, his acquaintances and personalities of the Republic such as Philemon Yang, former Prime Minister, John Fru Ndi , chairman of the SDF, the main opposition party, Grégoire Owona, minister and SGA of CPDM, party in power.

The body was transferred to the morgue of Yaounde General Hospital, just for a few hours, before a new body lift that took place yesterday morning.

An academic honor was given to this famous professor of cardiology of international reputation at the University Campus of Yaounde 1, followed by a religious service at the home of the deceased Essos district in Yaounde before taking the road Northwest for a "private burial".


Source: cameroon-info.net