A student hostel known in Cameroon as Mini Cite has been set ablaze by unknown Southern Cameroon militants in Bamenda, the chief city in the North West region. Intelligence sources say the building was home to some 85 Francophone students studying in Bamenda. In a similar development, the Principal of GBHS Nkambe came under attack and his car got burnt.
Our senior North West correspondent hinted that the population has started countering violence with violence as the army reportedly went door-to-door arresting young men and women and confiscating their mobile devices. Gun shots were heard late in the night in what has been described as a diabolic harsh ploy by the Biya regime to wipe out an entire generation of Southern Cameroonians.
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By Sama Ernest