Monday, 12 June 2017

Two More Suspects Arrested Over Bishop Bala's Death, As The Church Fixes His Burial For June 15 June 2017

Two more suspects have been arrested following ongoing investigations on the death of the Bishop of Bafia His Lordship Jean Marie Benoit Bala.


The new suspects are his two cooks, swelling up the number of suspects to 4 including his driver who drove him to Mbankomo, 20 km from Yaounde the eve before his disappearance, and the gate-man, who were both arrested yesterday.

All four suspects were arrested by the Rapid Intervention Battalion, under the Criminal Investigation department.
Two More Suspects Arrested Over Bishop Bala's Death, As The Church Fixes His Burial For June 15 June 2017
Sources say they are presently under detention at the Judicial police in Elig Essono Yaounde, and have been forbidden from receiving visitors.

Still relating to the The late Prelate's death , the church and the State have finally fixed a date for his funeral.

The funeral programme is as follows:
Wednesday June 14 2017
- Removal of the corpse from the Yaounde General Hospital mortuary.
- Requiem mass at the Yaounde Cathedral.
- Transfer of the corpse to Bafia where a wake keeping will be organised in his Diocese.

Thursday 15th June 2017
- Burial in Bafia.

Meanwhile Cameroonians are suspecting foul play in the ongoing investigation, and say the wrong persons are being arrested instead, while the real culprits are still toasting their glasses, and licking the remaining blood of their victim.
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