The police in Yaounde have begun investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman whose remains were discovered in a bag around the Palaise de Sport.
The circumstances surrounding her demise remain shrouded in uncertainty, yet compelling evidence strongly suggests that she met a tragic end at the hands of another. This assertion is bolstered by the distressing discovery of her lifeless form, tightly bound within the confines of a bag.
Yaounde, the capital city of Cameroon, is currently grappling with a concerning surge in criminal activity, marking the latest manifestation of this growing issue.
In a recent report by The Herald Tribune, an esteemed English-language newspaper, it was revealed that the cities of Yaounde and Douala experienced a staggering surge in criminal activities during the months of August and September. According to the report, an alarming total of over 2,000 criminal cases were officially documented within this time frame.
Earlier last week, the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, said criminality was at its peak in Yaounde.
The Minister of Territorial recently convened a crucial meeting with the city’s commercial motorbike riders. During this highly anticipated gathering, the minister took a firm stance, emphasizing the imperative for these riders to acquire valid identification from the appropriate authorities before engaging in their operations.
In the city of Yaounde this year, a disturbing trend has emerged, with women and young girls being disproportionately affected by a surge in killings, kidnappings, and acts of vandalism.
With the rising crime rate, residents are mounting pressure on authorities to enforce law and order in the capital city.