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“Around one o’clock in the morning, during the night of Tuesday 6 to Wednesday 7 July 2021, a group of unidentified individuals, including some speaking Spanish, attacked the private residence of the president and fatally injured the head of state,”
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The prime suspect, Chidinma, who had earlier booked for the apartment on 13/6/21 secretly, left the apartment after the deed had been done on 15/6/21 at about 1730hrs.
He was imprisoned in the early 1970s and again in the early 1990s, and he lived in exile in France during much of the 1980s as a result of his union activism.
“Watch and pray”, the ministry said, were the last words of the prophet who was famous for his miracles and deliverance around the world
“They arrived very early in the morning and we were woken up by gunshots” a villager said as he recounted the story to this writer in Bamenda
49 years ago on May 20, 1972, president Ahmadou Ahidjo announced a change from a federal system of government to a unitary state in Cameroon