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Cameroon: The Army’s Revenge Killings

“Most of the atrocities carried out on the population in the course of this conflict has always been the direct result of incensed military directing their anger on the local population,” the officials of DHPI say.

They add, “The military claim the locals harbor, know where the separatist fighters hide, are their relatives and friends and therefore must pay the price when they cannot lay their hands on the separatist fighters.”

Meanwhile, DHPI has reported the November 20 burning down of the entire palace of the traditional ruler of Naka, a village in Bali Nyongha, North West Region of Cameroon, by Cameroonian soldiers.

The charity foundation reports that it could not get the reason why the military forces burned the residence of the chief who the entity reports has been away in exile.

Source: ACIAfrica

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