KAMCHU was killed on the night of Sunday by unidentified men

KAMCHU was killed on the night of Sunday by unidentified men

N Melo
by N Melo
July 28, 2022 0

KAMCHU was killed on the night of Sunday by unidentified men

KAMCHU was killed on the night of Sunday morning Monday July 25, 2022

• It was at his home in Bambili

• Separatist fighters had recently burned down a house in Bambui

In the same vein, scop4.com has learned that Suspected separatist fighters had recently burned down a house in Bambui belonging to a uniformed officer working in Bambili.

The people of Bambili have yet to come to terms with the death of one of their own, a retired uniformed officer who had spent many years in the Cameroonian army.

This head of family whose name is KAMCHU was killed on the night of Sunday morning Monday July 25, 2022 at his home in Bambili.
Relatives believe he was shot dead by separatist fighters.

“He started working before the crisis broke. Why kill him? Did they expect him to quit his job? If he had done so, would the Amba fighters have given him another job, it is simply unfair,” lamented a relative of the deceased.

The separatist fighters, it must be remembered, continue to fight the police and their families. They accuse them of siding with the Biya regime, reluctant to grant their separatist state.
The conflict had been simmering for decades, with Anglophones in Cameroon complaining of being marginalized and removed from decision-making spheres by Yaoundé’s predominantly French-speaking administration.
About 20% of the Cameroonian population is English-speaking. The linguistic divide dates back to colonialism.
First colonized by Germany, Cameroon was then divided by the Allied powers, Great Britain and France, after the defeat of the Germans in 1916.

The two parts of Cameroon were therefore administered separately until 1961 , the date on which the British territories, known as Southern Cameroons, gained independence and joined the already independent French Cameroon.

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