Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Government To Begin MASSIVE Search On Anglophones Mobile Phones In Francophone Cameroon.

Photo of anglophones arrested in Damas Yaounde has been reliably informed that the Government of the Republic of Cameroun is to begin a massive search on the mobile phones of Anglophones leaving in francophone Cameroun.

By Hillman Muntang
Our source who hinted that the Operation mobile phones search will be more intensive than that of incident in Damas – Yaoundé on January 28, 2017 were some Anglophone were abducted from there homes after a home search in which information linked to the current Anglophone struggle were seen on their smart phones, says that the government is now ready to conduct a brutal search of all English Cameroonian mobile phones and computers living in French Cameroon towns because they have understood they relay information from the likes Mark Bareta, Tapang Ivo, Tassang Wilfred and a host of others wanted by the state for expressing their rights of freedom of speech by telling the world the situation as it really is in Southwest and Sorthwest regions.
Government To Begin MASSIVE Search On Anglophones Mobile Phones In Francophone Cameroon.
This unit will search people on the streets, church’s meeting houses and offices in Yaoundé, Baffousam and Douala mainly.As usual,those arrested are expected to become the next tenants nkondengiu high security prison or one of the underground prison in yaounde.

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