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S-Cameroons TV Pinches: Regime soldiers destroy satallite dishes in Bamenda

Today the 19th of May,2017, a troop of French speaking Cameroonian Police stormed homes at Alabukam, Chuboh and Mile 8 neighbourhood arresting,molesting and collecting bribes from peace loving Anglophones, who because of being fed up with the lies they are fed with by CRTV,chosed to obtain dishes so as to be informed.

How can people be deprived of their dishes that host close to forty different channels just because of one channel? Is this not a hall mark of stupidity and stupendous attitude exhibited because of the kind of junk education most Cameroonians have received from our backward professional Police Schools? Does this not infringe on the fundamental privacies of citizens that the constitution stands to safeguard and protect? These Police officers, Gendarmerie officers as well pompous BIR battalion and Soldiers must be called to order before it's too late.

 

Freedom of information,freedom of assembly ,freedom of movement are fundamental human rights enshrined in the United Nations Charter and prefaced on the purported Constitution of Cameroon. All of these rights have been raped,tortured and shattered in the erstwhile Southern Cameroon and especially in the North West Region.

What justifications and what explanations can the state give for destroying satellite dishes from people's private homes because they are watching a particular channel which is purportedly outlawed in the Countr?.

This portrays to the civilized world that the people we fondly call police are empty in their skulls and can only mar the image of the nation through their primitive acts and mannerism.

Concord Newsdesk

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