ANGLOPHONE REGIONS: A BLOODY RECORD LEVEL IN NDU. 17 CIVILIANS AND 2 SOLDIERS KILLED
cameroondailyjournal.com|In Cameroon, the security situation is deteriorating in the English-speaking regions.
At least 17 dead, including two soldiers were recorded Tuesday following clashes between the army and separatists.
The clashes took place in Ndu in the north-west of the country.
At the end of this operation, 8 hostages were released and weapons seized according to a military source.
Two days before, 8 alleged separatists were killed by the army in Baba, the village of Ni John Fru Ndi after the abduction of his sister and the fire of his residence. In this tense climate, our correspondent in Bamenda, Frederic Takang has gathered the opinions of some residents. Listen to them.
The Cameroonian army is conducting offensives on several fronts, in the English-speaking area, against separatist bases.