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Anglophone crisis: suspected separatists burn the home of the former mayor of Mamfe

by Theophile
The burned home of Ayuk John Takunchong

According to reports by MM News, the home of the former Mamfe municipal executive in the South West region was set on fire due to one of his audio messages circulating on social media.

The home of Ayuk John Takunchong, former mayor of Mamfe, a town in the southwest region, was set on fire. The act is attributed to suspected separatist fighters.

According to the online newspaper Mimimefoinfos, the former mayor would be the victim of his remarks made in a video of which he had a copy: “As the former mayor of the municipality of Mamfe, I know the number of our lost children of which I saved my life. I know at least 89 sons and daughters of Manyu who were executed in the most barbaric manner by our children, the so-called generals overnight and the Ambazonian soldiers, ”relays our source.

In the remainder of his speech, Ayuk John Takunchong did not go all the way to say how the abuses by armed men are a factor of regression.

Yes, we are all silent. We, the civilian population, are doing nothing to end this crisis. We only blame the government… Make no mistake, Ambazonian terrorism is second to none. Ambazonian terrorism is a blind time bomb that waits to attack everything, ”he added.

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