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Anglophone Crisis: 21 freed in Bamenda, parents go wild in anger

Anglophone Crisis: 21 freed in Bamenda, parents go wild in anger


General News of Wednesday, 11 January 2017Source: cameroon-info.netAnglophone Crisis: 21 freed in Bamenda, parents go wild in angerNo information has filtered as to when they remaining 20 youths will be released. It was an emotional atmosphere Tuesday January 10, 2017 at the governor’s office in Bamenda, North West region following the arrival of 21 now former detainees arrested on December 8, 2016 and ferried to Yaoundé. Some mothers could be seen rolling on the ground after discovering that their children were not among the 21. The 21 youths were received by Governor Adolphe LELE L’Afrique of the North West region who encouraged them to start and live a normal life. No information has filtered as to when they remaining 20 youths will be released.


Source:CameroonWeb January 11, 2017 08:43 UTC





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