Three people have been arrested in the Bamenda County after the fire incident that rocked the dormitory of the renowned Sacred Heart College. The three arrested are suspected of having set fire to the dormitory on September 18, shortly after 8 pm.
The Francophone dominated police service had opened an investigation which resulted in the arrest of the three suspected arsonists. French Cameroun government officials say the fire is attributed to secessionists whose calls for a boycott of the school year are currently being respected in Southern Cameroons. Last Tuesday, the Francophone Minister of Secondary Education reported that the school attendance rate was up three weeks after the actual resumption of courses.
The Biya Francophone regime has been releasing fake figures putting school attendance rate at 15% for the Bamenda County and 30% for Buea. The ruling CPDM crime syndicate recently revealed that school attendance in the Buea Province of Southern Cameroons increased from 9 to 30 per cent whereas in the Bamenda Province the rate increased from 6% to 15% over the same period.
By Eyong Johnson, CIR