The body of Tsanou Osman Bleriost 17 years now lies at the Deido District hospital Mortuary in Douala.
The student of Seconde, an equivalent of form five in the English Sub System of education in Government Bilingual High School (GBHS) Deido was stabbed to dead Friday March 29th on campus.
The killer of the student has been identified as Simo Ivan Serge, a 19 year old former student of the school.
He was accompanied by Mohammed Bello 18years (another former student) and Mukwelle Loic 18 years (a student of the school).
According to the senior discipline master(SMD) of GBHS Deido, the three boys entered the school campus at about 10:00am dressed in school uniforms.
While on campus, they attacked the student and Simo Ivan Serge stabbed Tsanou Osman Bleriost just below the left breast.
According a student who attests having witnessed the scene, the three presumed killers said they were on campus to continue a fight that started the previous day against Tsanou Osman Bleriost (the victim).
The incident caused panic and confusion on campus.
Rushed to the Deido District Hospital, Tsanou Osman died after over an hour of intense medical attention.
According to officials of GBHS Deido, Simo Ivan Serge (the presumed killer) and Mohammed Bello were dismissed from the school early this academic year.
The disciplinary council of the school found them guilty of fighting, aggression and vandalisation.
Following information posted on his facebook page, Emmanuel Nkunke Ngouba, National Pedagogic Inspector In charge of mathematics at the ministry of seconday education has condemned the action by the former student of the school.
According to him, the suspected killers jumped over the fence to commit the act.
Three suspects are now under custody according to school officials, while investigations are being conducted.
On the 14 february 2019, an eleven years student (boy)of Sixiemè (Form One) was raped by bigger boys of terminal (uppersixth) of the same school.
Those who committed the act were dismissed.
Parents have blamed the atrocities at GBHS Deido on over population and inadequate control on the part of teachers.
The rate of deliquence in school is becoming a major preoccupation.
Dominic Meme Nwakimo
Mimi Mefo Info