Friday, December 27, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: Secessionist Fighters Cut Off The Throat Of Another Cameroonian Soldier, Seta Kevin

Nursing Corporal Seta Kevin of the Rapid Intervention Battalion (Bir), an elite corps of the Cameroonian Army, was kidnapped on December 21, 2019 near Mbengwi, Department of Momo (North West Cameroon region), by  unidentified armed men, given as English-speaking secessionist militiamen.

A nightmarish Christmas party for the family of Nursing Corporal Seta Kevin.

Kidnapped on December 21, the young soldier was slaughtered alive, by armed men.  Local sources attribute the villainous and inhuman crime that resembles that of prison guard Florence Ayafor to the separatist militiamen who are spreading and trying to kill in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon.

In a video posted on social networks since last Monday, we can clearly see the nursing soldier Seta Kevin du Bir, throat cut alive and with shocking and indecent pleasure, by his captors.

Yaoundé has not yet officially reacted, since this other tragedy which shocked an entire country, two days before the Catholic Christmas celebration.

Only critics wonder how in a region where senior officials, soldiers, gendarmes, police and prison guards are privileged targets for secessionist fighters, a soldier could have found himself alone without being in the troop of his brothers in arms, to the point of being kidnapped with disconcerting ease, then slaughtered alive like a cow.  The controversy is there;  questions too.