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Cameroon:  Manyu SDO Withdraws State of Emergency Communique

The Senior Divisional Officer for Manyu, Oum II Joseph has officially withdrawn the December 1 communique asking some residents in particular Manyu villages to evacuate their homes.

The SDO made this declaration a few minutes ago on Radio Evangelium: The One Family Radio of the Diocese of Mamfe. FM 94.0. As it stands, residents are free to stay in their homes. This decision our source at the Presidency hinted National Telegraph that it came from Mr. Biya after the Communique showed clear signs of Genocide and the UN was ready to intervene.

Since the Anglophone crisis escalated, Manyu has turned into a hot zone with a total of seven officials killed; one soldier in Akwen, four at Agborkem and just recently, two police at Otu.

Eric Tataw for National Telegraph, USA.

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