The bridge linking ndop, from bamali junction, Ngohketunjia Division NWR was destroyed last night paralyzing Movement on the road. Access into ndop town has remained grounded as a result. Cars and motor bikes which left Bamali have not been able to get to Ndop.
Meantime, Bafut has been hit by hours of gun exchange between Security forces and pro-independence fighters. “We are all gribbed with fear. We started hearing gunshots since last night till early this morning. We have not been able to step out of the house. Please pray for us..” a Bafut resident wrote to Mimi Mefo info.
Weeks before the start of electoral campaigns, pro independence fighters had cautioned Bamenda residents to boycott the election. Anglophone activists have maintained that elections will not hold in the two English Speaking regions of Cameroon as they advocating for their independence.
Opposition candidates have however accused the current regime of poor management of the Anglophone crisis promising to provide immediate solutions once elected into office. “My first trip will be in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon … your problem will be my first priority” Maurice Kamto speaking during a pre-campaign tour as he addressed a crowd in Yaounde. “I will solve the Anglophone crisis within 100days if elected. President Paul Biya is the cause of this problem” revealed Joshua Osih.
Other candidates like, Akere Muna, Cabral Libii; Garga haman Adji, Adamou Ndam Njoya have proposed the federal system of government as solution to the crisis while Serge Espoire Matomba says Effective decentralisation is the solution