After the February 14 massacre in Ngarbuh in the Donga Mantung division, many have condemned the act calling for an investigation.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, the Rt Rev Fonki Samuel Forba is the latest to add his voice to the fray.
In a statement on the incident, he says the PCC “outrightly condemn the killing of children, women and entire household in Ngarbuh – Ntumbaw. We equally denounce the ungodly act of burning a PCC house of worship at Mbufung – Bali”.
This happening he adds “has proven to us that military might or violence is not the solution to this problem”.
“An insincere route to peace, half measures, lack of good will, a general insensitivity to the pain of God’s people, the hate speech and violence perpetrated by armed separatists, an extremely poor governance and selfish politics continues to fuel this crisis” he adds.
“Can we not implement in full all the proposals of the Grand National Dialogue?” Rt Rev Fonki Samuel asks, mentioning that “in this circumstance, the role of External Mediators just like before has become urgent and expedient. We have failed as a people to protect God’s children, surely God is vexed and we must repent as a nation”.
Days back, hundreds rallied at the Kumbo cathedral in the North West region to pray for victims of the Ngarbuh massacre. CBC Executive President, Rev Ncham Godwill yesterday also declared a week of prayers for the country in relation to the crisis that has since left over 3000 dead.