For the last three days, Kejom Ketinguh (Small Babanki), a village in Tubah Subdivision, North West region has been witnessing a tense atmosphere following the killing of two civilians on August 1, 2021.
Maneh Mohvuh and Wondoh, natives of Small Babanki, were tagged as blacklegs and executed by armed separatists.
Maneh is reported to have dressed in military attire and led a contingent of soldiers into Babanki to locate houses and bases of Ambazonia fighters.
Separatists say the soldiers placed Maneh ahead to lead them to a house where some fighters were hiding. As he broke the door, the fighters rained bullets, killing him on the spot. The soldiers are said to have taken to their heels after the incident.
A reinforcement of Ambazonia fighters reportedly arrived the scene and an examination of the corpse identified him as “a civilian who was wearing a military attire and a blackleg.”
“His phone was taken and going through it, one of his friends called Wondoh it was revealed had been the one who alerted him to lead thé soldiers into the village,” said a source familiar with the story.
That same night, Wondoh was picked up and killed by the Ambazonian fighters.
“The two blacklegs have been working with the Cameroon government and the elected member of parliament for Tubah and Bafut, Aghor Oliver who hails from Small Babanki,” a separatist stated.
Sources say Ambazonian fighters in Tubah and Small Babanki have promised hard times to all those siding with state forces.