Friday, 6 October 2017

Bishops In The Anglophone Regions Weep And Cry Out Aloud For Southern Cameroonians, Fearing The Worse In The Coming Days

All six Bishops of the Bamenda Provincial Episcopal Conference(BAPEC) have made a statement, on the situation of the two English speaking regions in Cameroon, since September 22nd, 2017 till October 4, 2017.

In the 7 page letter with 26 different points, the senior men in cassock did not chew words in expressing their disappointment in the way  government is killing innocent citizens of Southern Cameroons and the way they have neglected the crisis so much so that it has generated unpleasant branches.

Using biblical references to match the exactitude of Cameroon's situation, Bishops Cornelius Fontem Esua of Bamenda, Immanuel Bushu of Buea, Agapitus Nfon of Kumba, Andrew Nkea of Mamfe, George Nkuo of Kumbo, and Michael Bibi of Bamenda, condemn with all their strength, the barbaric acts and use of firearms on the weak, fearing the worse in the coming days, if the State does not pay attention to their minority voice.

Read details of the statement below:

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