Sunday, 1 January 2017

Police Officer stabs youth in Menji with the motive that he was planning to be part of the Jan. 2 protest walk in Menji

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Nkengasong Theodore Nwetbefua

Reports from Menji in the Liabialem Division of the South West Region of Cameroon says a police officer has stabbed an anglophone youth. His crime? He was planning to be part of the Jan. 2, 2017 protest.

Mr. Nkengasong Theodore Nwetbefua, a die-hard opposition militant had gone home that fateful evening but couldn't find his brothers. Someone tipped him that the brothers had been arrested for lack of possession of their ID cards. 

Upon arrival at the MENJI Police Station, the police officers were brutalising his brothers. He politely went to question the reason for such battery but the arrogant police officers (speaking in French) told Theordore that they also had him (Theodore) on their list... and were happy he turned himself in. 

The police said Theodore had been blacklisted for planning to organise a protest march in Menji on Jan. 2, 2017. Theodore tried to defend himself in vain. He only regained consciousness at the Mary Health of Africa Hospital, Menji, Lebialem.

It is important to note that this incident happened on Christmas Day. 

Theodore is currently in a stable condition. Please, call him and give him hope and morale support: 679920259.

The only name got of the police officer who masterminded the assault is Charles.

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