Insecurity Heightens In Cameroon’s Littoral Region, G.B.H.S Ebone Shutdown, Principal Wounded, Daughter Raped.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday October 22, 2019.

Adolf Tambe, injured Principal of Government Bilingual High School (G.B.H.S) Ebone.

Insecurity has heightened in Cameroon’s Littoral Region, security sources have told National Telegraph, citing a recent attack on a principal, Tuesday October 22, 2019.

The Principal of Government Bilingual High School (G.B.H.S) Ebone in Nlonako Sub-division, in Moungo, a division in the Littoral Region of the Central African country, Cameroon has been wounded on the head.

According to reports, Adolf Tambe was attacked with machetes in his residence by some unidentified men. Apart from inflicting serious injuries on him, his daughter was also raped.

Reports say last week, some students were also attacked with their bags stolen alongside money for lunch break.

The former principal has also been attacked in broad daylight. It is alleged the attacks were perpetrated by former students of the institution, but no reason has been suggested for the allegation.

Eyewitnesses say the principal is seriously traumatized with the raping of his daughter, adding that the act came as a huge blow to the education family of Nlonako.

School officials closed the doors to the school today; Tuesday October 22, 2019. They’ve also said until security is guaranteed no lectures will take place at Government Bilingual High School Ebone.

Observers say Cameroon is at the verge of sinking. The country is embattled with the electoral crisis in which Prof Maurice Kamto, chair of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement, just released from jail, is claiming victory at the last Presidential elections.

The Boko Haram terrorist group is also tearing the country apart in its North and Far North Regions. To make the situation disastrous, armed groups have grouped up in the country’s two English-speaking regions of the North West and South West, fighting for the restoration of the state of Ambazonia.

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