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Drama: a Cameroonian stabbed to death in the streets of Dubai

Drama: a Cameroonian stabbed to death in the streets of Dubai

N Melo
by N Melo
September 8, 2022 0

Drama: a Cameroonian stabbed to death in the streets of Dubai

His name was Désiré

• He did not survive the stab wounds

• The perpetrators on the run

Dubai, the city and an emirate of the United Arab Emirates renowned for its luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and lively nightlife increasingly risky, especially for African expatriates. Crime takes on a galloping propensity with unheard-of crimes that are repeated almost daily. A Cameroonian has just found out the hard way. He was literally stabbed to death. This is what the whistleblower Nzui Manto takes up in one of his publications.

The Cameroonian in question did not survive these injuries, as the informant indicates.

“Désiré was found bathed in his blood in the streets of DUBAI. The wounds present on his chest indicate the use of a dagger which would have been used to put an end to taking his life. The culprit or culprits remain unknown for the moment”, underlines Nzui Manto.

Note that there is a strong Cameroonian community in Dubai. Recently about fifty among them, in particular in an irregular situation, had appealed for help. Dubai: more than fifty Cameroonians involved in a new scandal

This is not the first time that the living and reception conditions in Dubai have been decried on social networks. In search of money and well-being, many Africans in general and Cameroonians in particular travel to the city. But once there, they find that it is far from being a paradise on earth.

The news site Mimi Mefo Info revealed on Tuesday August 23, 2022 that in Dubai, more than fifty (50) Cameroonian migrants are calling for help. Alas, the government “abandons them in a detention camp”.

In reality, they are kept in the detention center of Al Alweer in Dubai because they did not renew their papers: “We were the first in the deportation camp. They just took us out of the deportation camp and brought us here. But now we are in the detention center.”

The site quoted above specifies that another interviewee suggested that “Dubai police have called on all embassies to come and sign for their citizens so that they can repatriate them”.

It was given to note that “all responded positively with the exception of Cameroon which did not go there to sign. We’ve been there for a week but our immigration didn’t say anything or show up now they’re asking them to put their flight on”.

The authorities of the country do not trifle with the regularity of the papers. Those kept confide that even if the paper expired one day, you are included in the lot”.

As things stand, Cameroonian migrants are trapped, stranded and unanswered from the Cameroon Embassy.

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