Members of the Brigade Anti-Sardinade, BAS have chased a Cameroon minister out of church in Paris, France.
Housing and Urban Development minister, Celestine Ketcha Courtes was attending a thanksgiving service when the protesters stormed the church building, demanding that she be sent out.
A segment of the same BAS based in the United Kingdom, on the 27th May 2019, carried out a similar act in London, where Cameroon government officials attending a church service were heckled and the service disrupted.
According to Emmanuel Kemta, one of the leaders of the group, “Cameroon government officials cannot keep escaping from the hell they have created in the country, to come and pretend to worship God in the diaspora”.
Kemta and Calibri Calibro, who led activists on a protest in Switzerland that saw the ousting out Cameroon President Paul Biya from the country, have both vowed that there will be no peace for Cameroon officials coming to Europe and the Americas, until there is regime change and an end to the conflict in Cameroon’s English-speaking Regions.