Thursday, September 26, 2019

Southwest: the village of Bwassa reduced to ashes by secessionists

It is desolation among the inhabitants of the village of Bwassa in southwestern Cameroon, ravaged by armed clashes between secessionists and the regular army. According to information received by CameroonWeb editors, several houses in this village were burned in the night Wednesday to Thursday.

The secessionists of Ambazonia would be responsible for this act. "They burned 80% of my house. They forced me, they said that their leader told me he would give me 20 million CFA francs ... I am a leader, I am the leader of all the people and Cameroonians, "said the village chief, Ewome Eko John.

"I want to tell them that I am their leader, I will not leave my palace. They should go out and answer the call of the Head of State, His Excellency Paul Biya, who called for dialogue and I am happy that our sons and daughters were received by Chief Dion Ngute, "he said. he adds.

Shots were also heard in the village throughout the night.