Bishops Further Challenges The State Saying They Have Proofs Bishop Bala Was 'Brutally Assassinated'.

The 11th Plenary Assembly of the  Association of the Episcopal Conferences of Central Africa Region , effectively kicked off today...


The 11th Plenary Assembly of the Association of the Episcopal Conferences of Central Africa Region, effectively kicked off today Monday, July 10th, 2017, at the Yaounde Congress Hall under the Theme: 'ecumenism and inter-religious dialogue'.

As earlier announced, His Excellency President Paul Biya, who was to be the August guest of the Bishops, and who was to address the Senior men in Cassock today, especially on the burning issue of the death of the Bishop of Bafia, was represented by a member of the government.

More determined  than ever to bring out the truth of their colleague's death, the Bishops reaffirm their stance of 13th June 2017, where they loudly declared that  Bishop Jean Marie Benoit Bala of Bafia was 'Brutally Assassinated'

They rejected the press release of July 4, 2017, from the State through the State Prosecutor of the Court of Appeal in Yaounde Jean Fils Klebier Ntamack, that said a team of German Doctors carried out an autopsy  on the body of the Prelate, and 'there were no traces of violence on his body, but rather that he might have probably drowned to death'.

The Bishops sent that release to HELL where it came from, and said 'they have solid proofs' to show that 'Bishop Bala was brutally assassinated', and that they will make it public, when the right time comes.

His Lordship Archbishop Samuel Kleda President of
the Association of Episcopal Conferences of Central African 
Regionand President of the National Episcopal Councildid
not fumble with words when talking to pressmen this afternoon in Yaounde, as he reiterated that Bishop Bala is the second Bishop to be assassinated in Cameroon alongside countless Priests and Reverend Sisters, and that something must be done to stop the killings of Religious Officials.

When asked if the Church had received the body of Bishop Bala which the State handed to them, the Chief Shepherd of the Catholic in Cameroon replied 'A corpse never disappears'.

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