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French Cameroun Sets Death Trap For Ambazonian Students



French Cameroun Sets Death Trap For Ambazonian Students

By Mbah Godlove.

The colonial Higher Education Minister of French Cameroun says universities will resume on June 1 across the country.

The move which has been interpreted by many Ambazonians as a death trap was the outcome of a video conference held by Jacque Fame Ndongo and heads of universities recently.

Some Ambazonians said the decision would increase the spread of COVID-19 in their country, stressing that most of the students who had gone on vacation in La Republique du Cameroun where the effect of the virus is more felt, can cause it to rise.

Thousands of Students from French Cameroun who were attending lectures in Bamenda and Buea had traveled to Douala and Yaounde, Francophone cities badly hit by the Coronavirus.

As of the time of this report, the number of infections in French Cameroun stands at over 2000, while Ambazonia counts 20.

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  1. Sunshine

    May 5, 2020 at 9:10 PM

    The smell of death in biya’s cameroun!!!

    Southern Cameroon Should follow the WHO protocol for COVID 19. Stay away from bars and anything that disrespects social distancing. The death toll is going to rise if Southern Cameroonians do not take care of themselves. Yesterday, biya and his french cameroun opened up bars and other drinking places for business. What government would at this very crucial period open up bars instead of shutting them down? The smell of death is all french cameroun as biya’s BIR (bulu intervention rapid) continues killing off Ambazonians. Let the bir use their guns against COVID 19 instead of on innocent Southern Cameroonians who just want to be left alone to take care of their children.

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