Bamenda, chieftown of the North West Region of Cameroon woke up this morning with crowded streets.
Protesters dressed in black, and holding peace plants carried messages such as ‘stop these killings’ as they marched through the city.
“Majority of those protestings are Bamenda II council officials, workers and residents. Even bike riders are also on,” said a source in Bamenda who witnessed the protest.
The protest move seeks to condemn the recent killing in Nacho, located in Bamenda II which led to the death of ten civilians.
Separatists carried out the attack according to witnesses and some of the victims.
So far the protest has been going on undisputed.