Wednesday, 25 July 2018

The Family Of Pastor Killed In Batibo Threatens President Paul Biya

Relatives of Isaac Attoh who accuse the Cameroonian army of having murdered said they learned that his body was taken out of the morgue of the hospital in Bali, Southern Cameroon, and then buried without being warned.


"We want justice, all we want is that justice be done and if in a week we do not hear anything from this president (Paul Biya, ed), we will drag it before the International Criminal Court", rage Priscilia, sister-in-law of Rev. Isaac Attoh, a Ghanaian pastor killed on July 14 in Batibo, during a military operation in this town against separatist fighters.

This wish to seize the international justice, the family of the man of God expressed it in an interview realized in Accra in Ghana by our confrères of National Telegraphist.
The Family Of Pastor Killed In Batibo Threatens President Paul Biya
Some members of the pastor's family in Accra, Ghana saddened According to Ebenezer Attoh, his big brother, Rev. Isaac Attoh, was killed by Cameroonian soldiers.

He tells in the video that his younger brother left Ghana on July 10, 2018 for an evangelical mission in Cameroon. According to Ebenezer Attoh, who arrived in Yaoundé on Friday, July 13, 2018. It was on this date that the family said they had heard from him for the last time.

Government accused of burying the body Regarding the body of the pastor, the family said he learned last Tuesday that the body was at the morgue of a hospital in Bali. Before being informed the next day that the Cameroonian government buried the body to erase all evidence:

"We have been told that the government has buried Isaac's body. The family has not even been warned or the government of Ghana. It's mean and inhuman, "raged the pastor's older brother.
Since the news of the murder of the Ghanaian pastor, the Cameroonian government has made no statement about it. The attempt by editorial staff of www.hurinews.com to contact its spokesman and Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, was unsuccessful. At 28, Isaac Attoh left a woman and a 2-month-old baby .
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