Cameroon-info.net reports that, on Wednesday 23 August, protesters manifested their anger towards the forces of law and order in kumba, for being the cause of the death of their brother, John Su.
After the deceased was locked up, his health situation started deteriorating. His family noticed that and pleaded for his release on bail, but the gendarmerie officers denied to grant it. They didn’t pay the least attention to their cries.
John consequently died in his cell. Kumba residents felt so irritated and manifested their rage accusing the gendarmes of homicide.
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