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Cameroon Military Shoots, Kills One Cuckoo And One Dreamland Worker In Bamenda.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 11, 2019.

Cameroon Military Shoots, Kills One Cuckoo And One Dreamland Worker In Bamenda.
Njeba Godlove is a Dreamland worker who was shot and killed by the Cameroon military in Bamenda.

Elements of the Cameroon military have inflicted devastating pain on Dreamland, a popular business group in Bamenda, capital of Cameroon’s North West Region, National Telegraph has been told.

One of Dreamland’s fervid workers that has been with the company for over seven years has been shot and killed by the Cameroon military, Wednesday July 10, 2019.

Njeba Godlove was returning from a Dreamland Quarry Site before he was intercepted and killed by the military, a source said, adding that his phone, Sports Bike and other personal items confiscated.

Godlove was shot and killed at Alachu Mankon and his corpse was still lying there as at late Wednesday July 10, a source said, adding that friends were struggling to take it to the morgue.

A source said the area was tense at the time Godlove was returning from work following exchanges between the military and armed groups in the area.

National Telegraph has also been hinted that the military also shot and killed a cuckoo same July 10, in Bamenda. The insane boy whose name has been given as Ntseh Otahgie was shot and killed at point-blank.

Another tragic incident same day in Bamenda is an old man whose name National Telegraph has obtained as Fru Bennego who was also shot and killed by the Cameroon military at his resident in Ngulung Mankon, a precinct in Bamenda.

Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions are engulfed in a deadly armed conflict and elements of the armed forces and mobile police have taken advantage to target innocent civilians and loot goods and chattels of the civilian population, sources say.

Residents say it’s the duty of the police to keep peace and order. One would have expected the police to simply arrest victims, ferry to stations for interrogation instead of ending their lives prematurely.

The unrest in the two English-speaking regions since October 2016 that has turned into an armed conflict with a demand by majority of Anglophones in the North West and South West for a separate state called Ambazonia.

According to credible reports from the US Ambassador to Cameroon, Peter Henry Barlerin, reputable Human Rights Lawyer Agbor Balla and Bishops of Mamfe and Kumbo, the Cameroon military has been wrapped in several war crimes.

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