AMIDST NUMEROUS AMBAZONIAN KIDNAP AND MILITARY CRACK DOWN ACTIVITIES PICKUP GRADUALLY IN BAMBILI
The circulation of people, cars, bikes and the full resumption of economic activities in Bambui and Bambili in Tubah subdivision is yet to take off in full gear. This is after the complete boycott and shut down of economic activities in the North West and South West regions for 10 days by separatists.
These two areas witnessed severe gun battles between armed fighters and soldiers resulting in many deaths and kidnapping of officials. However, though timid, activities are gaining grounds.
Yesterday, Kumbo residents were doing general clean-up campaign to resume activities after the town was locked down for 16 days (since September 25).
The entire town was deserted as the pre-election period were marked by killings and gun battles between security forces and pro-independence fighters.
In Kumba, life is gradually returning to normal in the town as motorbikes and vehicles can be seen circulating.
Kumba, Limbe and Buea have been at the centre of skirmishes recently.
Hundreds fled major towns and villages in the conflict hit North West and South West to seek refuge in safer towns and villages in other parts of Cameroon.