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Fire begins ravaging Douala today, February 8th 2018.

Can this be a replay of what happened in 1958 when French soldiers roasted Schools and Business premises including lives as a way of fighting UPC? Today fire ravaged the Finance building in Bonanjo, Douala and then the Nextel Branch Office in Douala plus a snack bar. The fire fighters weren't there to doff off That ravaging fire but could have sprayed Chemically induced water aimed at harming the people of Southern Cameroon's.

If such fires had erupted in Bamenda or anywhere within the Northern or Southern zones, Gendarmes and Special police plus BIR would have rough handled people around these vicinities and many would have been arrested or kidnapped from Their homes for being the perpetrators of The fire that had ravaged the buildings Alas since it's in Douala and in a French Speaking area, princes don't get punished Even when they are guilty for committing Atrocities and crimes that would have been frowned at.

The cover up like that of the National House of Assembly will end up being Short circuit or poor electrical connections.

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