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The Anglophone Crisis: The circumstances that led to the death of Ekobo Ngadele Anatole

The circumstances that led to the death of Ekobo Ngadele Anatole, who couldn't survive the deep wounds inflicted on him with machetes by the fled assailants. The military as usual in their typical scout like manner retaliated in a very robust and wounded manner on the wrong persons as on the 8th of February shooting bullets into the air.

This caused the Commercial Avenue to be be cordoned off by these band of bandits who robbed indiscriminately and caused pandemonium and general anxiety that saw business operators whom these brutes had robbed to ground business activities. These senseless reprisals on the wrong persons saw youths butchered in Belo by these vandals in state muffin.

It hardly passes a week without someone being killed, most especially those of the military. The restoration forces hold the opinion that they have the right to push out of their territory forces of LA Republique Du Cameroun as well as its administrators. Unfortunately these circumstances won't have come to this sad scenario.

Francophones are now asking the people of Bamenda to stop killing. The one big question that the people of the Southern Cameroon's are asking is " Why didn't the Francophones chastise Biya when he declared the unholy war against the Anglophones" Today the state through their drugged armed bandits tagged soldiers have massacred, maimed, kidnapped and illegally incarcerated thousands of people asking for their right to sovereignty and self determination whereas Francophones applauded their action.

In mathematics 1+ 1 = 2. This therefore means the game of repressive state terrorism and retaliatory attacks by the forces of restoration is balanced. When LA Republique Du Cameroun must have come to his senses, it crawl on its tummy begging for dialogue when it must have been too late.

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