By Soulemanu Buba
The Mayor of the Bamenda City Council has led a delegation of mostly members of Cameroon’s People’s Democratic Movement CPDM, Security forces, and others to lay wreaths at the spot where Separatists killed 10 persons at Nacho Junction.
Mayor Paul Achobong said they were there to join inhabitants of the area to sympathize with the families of those who lost loved ones in the massacre.
This was after a protest march to denounce the killings that took the authorities with some commercial bikers from the City Chemist Roundabout also known as Liberty Square to the Bamenda Commercial Avenue Grandstand.
10 persons were killed in the evening hours of Sunday, July 16 including a couple that was buried at Maka Village in Balatchi, West Region of Cameroon.