The administration and population of Kumba, South West region of Cameroon are celebrating the killing of a separatist self proclaimed commander called General Transporter. The notorious terrorist according to officials was killed as he was trying to implant a locally-made bomb behind government school Kosala, Kumba.
A vehicle transporting illicit fuel from Douala to Idenau in the South West has been intercepted in Bonaberi, Douala IV. Occupants of the vehicle, a police source says transformed the car seats to bags where the illicit fuel was stored.
There are contrasting reactions in the West region following a decision by the governor imposing a temporal ban of the transportation of pigs. The decision of Awah Fonka Augustine is to guard against Swine fever that is sweeping across some African countries.
The family of Isoufou Yayah at Quartier Bafia in Douala is in search of a boy suspected to have taken away their sheep. The sheep was tied behind the house ahead of the feast of ram tomorrow. But during a check this evening, Mr Yayah discovered that the animal was no where to found meanwhile the suspect (a neighbour) has disappeared.
Muslim faithfuls have entered last minute preparations ahead of the feast of sacrifice to be celebrated tomorrow Tuesday. The purchase of food stuffs and dresses has intensified alongside spiritual preparation.
A Medical doctor and Nurse working at the Bali District Hospital have been arrested by the military. They are being held for allegedly treating an Ambazonian Fighter.
A 16-year-old’s body has been recovered from the Kienke river in Kribi. The teenager allegedly committed suicide after finding out she hadn’t made it in the CAP examination.
At least 50 Boko Haram Terrorists have reportedly surrendered themselves to the vigilante group in Kolofata, Far North Region. The report by L’oeil du Sahel suggests that a greater majority of these fighters are Nigerians.
The Global Peace Index has ranked Cameroon as the number 145th most insecure country in the world. Cameroon is placed ahead of fellow crisis stricken countries, Mali and Nigeria.