Two Months Later, Govt Stays Mute Over Ngarbuh Massacre

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Allegrozzi, the Senior central Africa Researcher at Human Rights Watch, focusing primarily on Cameroon, made the statement in a tweet on Tuesday April 14, 2020.

The former Senior Researcher for Amnesty International, investigating conflict-related abuses in Cameroon tweeted :

“Exactly two months ago military and armed ethnic Fulani killed 21civilians including 13 children and a pregnant woman in Ngarr-buh village North West region”

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On February 14, 2020, lovers day, eyewitnesses recounted that soldiers, accompanied by Fulani vigilante group, invaded and carried out massacre on over 35 persons including 14 children and bodies of some victims burnt to ashes.

This claims, have till date been rejected by the government.

Govt Lied About The Ngarbuh Massacre; HRW Proves Military And Armed Fulanis Killed Children

Though a fact finding mission was created and handed an 8 days mandate by the head of state to bring findings of their mission, today April 15 marks a total of 60 days and no inquiries by the fact finding mission has been published.

Amidst all these, Biya, who signed the order dispatching the delegation to Ngarr-buh Ntumbaw, has stayed silent.

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) and International Rights Groups, still in connection to the massacre, accused government soldiers for carrying out the act and silencing witnesses.

They’ve Killed Mallam Danjuma, Eye Witness To The Nagrbuh Massacre

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