• Breaking News

    Saturday, 12 August 2017

    President Biya Tightens Airport Security, As More Southern Cameroonians Coming From The Diaspora Fall Into Police Dragnet

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    Ntungfor Oliver

    Reports say the Airport Police yesterday arrested one Ntungfor Oliver, a Southern Cameroonian resident in Japan, who was coming to home to spend holidays with his family and friends.

    Ntungfor Oliver was arrested at the Yaounde Nsimalene airport, and is currently being held in one of the detention centers in the nations capital.

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    Fonjah Hanson Muki

    In a similar development, 25 years old Fonjah Hanson Muki, CEO of the Cameroon Broadcasting Service in Bamenda, was reportedly abducted by masked individuals on Tuesday August 8, 2017 on the Mbengwi road, and his where about is still unknown.

    With the continuous militarization, abductions and arrests, one begins to question, if truly government wants peace to reign in the two protesting regions.

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