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GTHS Mbengwi, HYSACAM Truck Burnt Down!

By Thaddeus Nji

Burnt down offices of GTHS Mbengwi

As clashes between Government forces and Anglophone armed groups seem far from being over, the destruction of both public and private properties in the two English-speaking Regions of Cameroon has increased, sources have told National Telegraph.

The North West and South West Regions of Cameroon have been wrapped in an armed conflict and bloody clashes have led to many deaths and dysfunctional daily lives.

Armed groups have developed in various parts of the precincts within the two Regions, fighting for the Restoration of the statehood of the former British Southern Cameroons.

On the heels of mounting insecurity, the administrative block of Government Technical High School (GTHS) Mbengwi, a government-run school in Momo Division of the country’s North West Region has been burnt down.

Although no one has claimed responsibility just yet, eyewitnesses say a group of unidentified gunmen stormed the school premises the afternoon of Saturday January 19, 2019 and set the school’s administrative block ablaze.

Elsewhere in the Region, precisely in some areas of the Region’s capital, Bamenda, thunderous gunshots were heard. A truck transporting dirt, said to belong to Cameroon Hygiene and Sanitation Company ( HYSACAM), the country’s major waste management company has also been reportedly burnt down.

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1 comment

t-boy January 21, 2019 at 2:09 pm

Mr Erick i must app lot you for the grate work
each time i watch you talk,i see my self at the bongo squares in the capital.
long live Ambazonia
long live Mr tataw
short live the struggle


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