Cameroonians Disgruntled as Ambazonians kidnap and torture Guinness Driver

 Cameroonians Disgruntled as Ambazonians kidnap and torture Guinness Driver

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July 4, 2022 0

 Cameroonians Disgruntled as Ambazonians kidnap and torture Guinness Driver


Days pass and atrocities continue in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon. The separatist armed groups who sow terror in this part of Cameroon have captured a truck driver from the Guinness company. The latter undressed shows traces of torture on both sides of his body. Internet users sensitive to his case, plead for his release. They believe that the latter is neither a soldier nor a protagonist of the crisis. He went about his business to support his family.

“I dare not imagine the pain of his family and loved ones. What will the children say if they ever come across this video? It’s shocking but we have to keep hope that everything can work out for him. Courage to the family”, “I only pray to the Almighty Lord that these people do not apply article 37 to him”, “Think of his wife and children please. please only”, “Free him and not to the war in Noso”.

Human Rights Watch changes its tune

Accused of supporting separatist armed groups in the North West and South West regions of Cameron, the international NGO Human Rights Watch surprises many with a damning report detailing the abuses committed by Ambazonians since the beginning of the Anglophone crisis.

The resurgence of acts of violence against the civilian population in this English-speaking part of Cameroon worries the human rights organization which calls out to the separatist leaders. Indeed the year of 2022 is particularly deadly in Noso. The separatists are accused of having committed numerous common crimes against their compatriots (rape of minors, murders, kidnappings, etc.).

Human Rights Watch shared its findings with representatives of the three main separatist groups, the spokesperson and vice-president of the Ambazonia Interim Government (Sako), Christopher Anu and Dabney Yerima, the chief of defense of the Defense Forces of Ambazonia (ADF), Capo Daniel as well as the President of the African People’s Liberation Movement, Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga. Only Capo Daniel responded to Human Rights Watch.

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