Thursday, 21 June 2018

Government says 84 soldiers have died so far in the ongoing anglophone crisis

The Prime Minister and Head of the Cameroon Government Philemon Yang, says so far 84 Cameroonian military men have died in the battle field of the ongoing Anglophne crisis, rocking the the two English speaking regions of the crisis.

The Prime Minister gave this report yesterday Wednesday June 19th, 2018, during a ministerial council meeting convened by the Head of State Paul Biya, where it was equally announced that  government has asked for the implementation  of an emergency humanitarian assistance for hundreds and thousands of Cameroonians from the Anglophone war zones, seeking refuge in neighbouring Nigeria.


This project will cost 12.7 Billions, according to Prime Minister Yang, who said those paying the highest price of what he called 'ugly war imposed by terrorists' are those from the anglophone rural areas.

The PM, said among the soldiers killed, where 32 armies, 42 gendarmes, 7 police officers 2 prison warders and 1 eco guard. 

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