Reports reaching Cameroon Concord say some five military personnel of La Republique du Cameroun were discovered dead in the early hours of Monday morning at a checkpoint in Manyu county.
The corpses were reportedly taking to the Mamfe mortuary .
"One of the medical doctors and at least three visitors to the hospital confirmed that 'dead bodies of men in military uniforms were brought to the hospital by a BIR vehicle'," social media reports.
It's not yet clear who murdered the men.
Even the government of La Republique has not uttered a word about the tragedy yet.
At least two civilians are believed dead in Muyuka in violent confrontations with forces of La Republique on Saturday.
At least one civilian has reportedly died in Muyuka in the South West region following violent confrontations with forces of La Republique.
The deceased, identified by media reports as Anziah Louis Ebowadi, was shot on the neck.Many others were injured.The incident occurred on Saturday
Reports say the commotion began when some young men blocked some trucks from entering their town. The forces of law and order later came to open the way for the trucks, and Violence then followed, with the armed men using live bullets on the unarmed civilians. One person died and several others sustained injuries.
Accused of involvement in the murder of the son of Rear Admiral Joseph Fouda(special adviser of President Paul Biya), Michael Feumba claims innocence and maintains that he is in prison for having found the phone of the deceased a few days after the murder.
Michael Tonkeu Feumba has cried for help from President Paul Biya, Justice Minister Laurent Esso, and human rights organizations.
Student[at a university] and teacher at a private college in Yaoundé, Michael has been detained at the Kondengui Central Prison since April 29, 2015.
On April 14, 2015, the corpse of William Fouda was found very early in the morning between rails not far from Yaoundé central town. William Fouda was a young soldier, aged 29, working with the Presidential Guard.
His right leg was mutilated while the skull was open.
A few metres from the scene, Michael said he had spotted an empty phone without a battery nor a sim card on his way to the university where he was studying.
In a message, Michael says he had given the phone to one of his younger brothers who fitted in the missing parts and had the phone going.
Michael relates that he was later arrested together with his father and two brothers by elements of the National Gendarmerie. He was told that the phone belonged to the murdered Fouda. After a few days of enquiry, they were released. But on April 29, 2015, he was summoned by the magistrate at a magistrate court in Mfoundi for the murder of the son of Rear Admiral Fouda.
Michael reveals that the magistrate took FCFA 400,000 from his family to ensure his temporary release which has never materialised.
Since then, the young man has been appearing in court without a concrete end to his case.
The case has been adjourned severally for one reason or another.
According to him, the last hearing was due for November 7, 2017 but he was not even taken out of prison.
" Is it a crime to lack someone who can defend you for being kept in prison for no reason? I know you will understand me well. I pray you come to my rescue," laments the young teacher.
It's a huge battle of networks currently going on in Douala where the extraordinary board meeting of Camwater is taking place. According to our sources,the current Minister of Water and Energy [Atangana Kouna] is working tooth and nail to maintain Roger Ondoua Akoa at the head of Camwater, replacing Jean William Solo who had revealed Atangana Kouna's crooked connections with the Moroccan owners of CDE to Paul Biya.
But then Roger Akoa has not been accepted by Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, secretary of state at the presidency.
While on a visit to a dam in the North region yesterday, Atangana Kouna was summoned to Douala for an extraordinary board meeting of Camwater.
Given that Roger Ondoua Akoa only came to Camwater in February 2016, there's every indication that the meeting is going to be tense.
As of now, our sources maintain that Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh and Magloire Fouda want Roger to quit.
How Antangana Kouna wants to rob the state of FCFA 40 billion
To understand the ongoing war of networks[corruption] at the board meeting of Camwater, it's worth noting that Paul Biya sent away CDE so that Camwater could equally ensure the supply of water , and Atangana Kouna, who is cited as one of the real owners of CDE, has been activating counter networks to block it for months now.
As a result, the merger failed. His right hand man, Roger, didn't show much interest in it, after all.
But then Atangana Kouna and his Moroccan friends were demanding FCFA 40 billion from the state for breach of contract. Yet CDE owes us some money. However, since the merger didn't work out, the contract is still valid and they continue to rob us.
Now the battle entails putting men at Camwater who will either obey Biya's instructions or work for Antangana Kouna's networks.
By the way, Antanga Kouna had planned a meeting in Douala in order to document a debt of FCFA 40 billion which Camwater owes CDE.
The war of networks is being fought in broad daylight, with the winners to be known soon. But what is certain , unless there's a last-minute U-turn, is that there will be a change at the Camwater. And the question is:with which men?
A second class soldier of the 22nd motorized infantry battalion has been beheaded in Bamenda, reports say.
Yay Emmanuel was murdered and his gun taken away while on duty on Thursday night.
According to a source, the fallen soldier was on duty and had certainly gone out to buy food when he met with 'terrorists'.
This has brought the number of murdered uniformed men to four in under a week in the North West Region of Cameroon.
In a press release made public today, the telecom company states that it is no longer commercially viable to resume activities in Cameroon.
It should be recalled that the Minister of Post and Telecommunications had together with the telecommunications and regulatory board of Cameroon, seized Vodafone’s license on September 14. E xplaining the suspension, the Minister had said the operator infringed the law governing operations of internet and wireless providers in Cameroon.
Since it’s September suspension, many Cameroonians who were affected by the decision had thought the company is carrying out talks towards restoring operations.
However, today’s press release signed by Antoine Pamboro, Afrimax Cameroon Executive Director, comes as a hard hit to thousands of Cameroonians. The release indicates that the company stops operations with immediate effect and commends its staff, suppliers and customers for their support and enthusiasm.