Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: Secessionists revealed plans for three weeks of "dead cities" in a bid to prevent back to school 2019/2020

The measure that creates a massive population exodus, is expected to run from August 26 to September 16, 2019 is a riposte of secessionists to the life sentence of Ayuk Tabe & Co.

Panic wind in the Northwest and Southwest regions. Since August 23, populations in these two regions have been moving massively to other parts of the country for shelter. And for good reason, secessionists have threatened through messages on the web, to establish three weeks of "lockdown" (dead city) in the main cities of said regions. Especially in Bamenda, Kumba, Buea...

The measure rejected by other separatist groups is expected to come into force on August 26, 2019, until September 16. It is considered according to the latter, as a response to the life sentence of Ayuk Tabe and nine of his accomplices on August 20, 2019. A few hours after the verdict, the separatists fired at Bamenda in protest and announced a general war against the army. They also promised that there will be no return to school in both regions, despite several calls to return to school.

The threat of 21 days of dead city is leading to a mass exodus of people. According to concordant sources, travel agencies are stormed by thousands of passengers carrying women, children, suitcases, mattresses or other furniture. According to sources, this exodus is not far from fading to a week of back to school. This again threatens to jeopardize for the fourth consecutive year the return to school in these regions, despite assurances from the government.