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Restoration Forces Arrest Mayor’s Wife, Impound Council Vehicle








Restoration forces operating in Ndian County, have arrested the wife of the Mayor of that area, Dikome Balue, Itoe Benjamin Njio. She was napped, Thursday March 15, 2018 following allegations of failing to respect new norms enacted by the Ambazonian soldiers.

Map of Dikome Balue

According to reports, the Ambazonian Restoration Forces (ARF), had passed an order, banning the circulation of vehicles in that County. The decision comes on the heels of another, passed by Camerounese slave, cum Minister of Territorial Administration (MINAT), Paul Atanga Nji.

The MINAT decision prohibited the circulation of motorbikes in the entire Ndian County, a mode of transportation, much cherished by the Ndian people, probably, due to its ability to meander through the rugged terrain.

Unfortunately, the wife of Itoe Benjamin, was parading the streets with her husband’s council Hilux pick-up vehicle. She was stopped, questioned, and later arrested, for failing to respect the new regulations enforced in that part of Ambazonia. The vehicle was also impounded.

As at the moment, the whereabouts of the Mayor’s wife is unknown. Meantime, signals have already been sent to the Mayor of Dikome Balue, informing him that his arrest is imminent.

Dikome Balue council is boarded in the West by Mundemba council, in the South by Ekondo titi Council, in the East by Konye council, in the North by Toko council. It situated at 107 km from Douala and 36 km from Kumba. It covers 5000 km2, that is 1, 33% of the national territory. It is made of 14 villages; 1 urban space (Dikome Balue) with 7 quarters, 3 development zones: Rata, Bowedi and Nembi.

It is estimated at 30256 people (2014 census)

BaretaNews is strictly following developments as to that regards. We shall be feeding you with the latest of news, as soon as we get them.

By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews

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