American Shot By Cameroon Soldiers Finally Dies In Hospital.
Doctors at the Bamenda Regional Hospital have tried to no avail to save the life of an American Citizen that was shot in the head by the Cameroonian military, National Telegraph has been told. Charles Trumann Wesco has finally died after profuse bleeding following bullet wounds sustained from the gun barrels of soldiers loyal to President Paul Biya. Trumann is an American Missionary who arrived Cameroon on October 18, 2018, with his wife and 8 children.
National Telegraph’s secret stringers have confirmed the Whiteman was intentionally shot in Bambui, a war-torn town in North West of embattled Cameroon close to Bamenda, the Region’s headquarters at about 10:30 AM GMT, Tuesday, October 30, 2018. He was first rushed to the Nkwen Sub-Divisional Medicalized Health Centre in Bamenda before finally moved to the Bamenda Regional Hospital where he then died. The bullets have so far been identified as military bullets.
Charles Trumann Wesco and family
Trumann’s wife and son of about 10 are reportedly very terrified and might have suffered serious trauma after watching the military shoot their husband and father, an unarmed Missionary in a foreign land. This isn’t the first time Cameroon military is shooting a foreign Missionary. Pastor Isaac Attoh, a Ghanaian Missionary was brutally murdered in Batibo on Saturday, July 14, 2018. The American Ambassador to Cameroon, Peter Henry Barlerin had accused the Government of Paul Biya of targeted killings. The Embassy is yet to make an official statement.
Eric Tataw for National Telegraph, USA
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