Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Headmaster Murdered, Student's Hand Cut in Belo - ARREYB

Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Headmaster Murdered, Student’s Hand Cut in Belo

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By Ndzi Giyo on ARREYB 
Following Wednesday’s attack carried out on a school in Belo, North West Region, Cameroon’s defense forces have reportedly retreated following fierce fighting with separatist forces. 

On its Africa Live page, the BBC reports that a headmaster and teacher of a school were killed and a student’s hand was cut off in the attack by secessionists.

However, Cameroon’s military has made no statement on the supposed retreat of her forces from Belo. 

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Following the escalation of the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon’s English speaking regions, several towns have been attacked by self proclaimed “Ambazonian” separatist forces.Recently it was a dscipliine master killed in GBHS Kosala, Kumba.

Our reporters on the ground also hinted us of a boy shot dead in Ogomoko, a village in Manyu Division yesterday night at about 9pm in his kitchen. While the reason for the shooting is yet to be discovered,  neighbours told our reporters that he was shot for being a “black leg” to the separatist forces. 

The series of killings has only created tension in the English speaking regions as uncertainty looms in the air. 

ARREYB News Reports would provide you minutes updates on this . 

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