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At least 4 civilians killed in Bui again by Biya’s military regime

Siminkov- Oku Bui County 24-02-20: The genocide continues in Bui as Cameroon ?? military forces invaded Simonkov a village sharing boundary with Oku and Kumbo in Bui county as early as 4 am with the help of “ Deflected or Atanga Nji boys” also known as vigilante groups:

The civilians in their sleep heard a series of gunshots as early as 4 am only to wake up to see at least 3 homes razed down by Biya military sent to wipe out Southern Cameroonians:

As if that was not enough, civilians trying to escape were shot at close range killing at least 4 on the spot. The Bui warriors ( the civilian defense) mobilized and came to the rescue losing one of theirs the newly appointed commander.
This barbarism comes less than 2 weeks following the massacre in Ngarbuh which the world is yet to recover from. The civilians keep asking when the International shall intervene and take serious actions against Biya Regime.
The civilians despite the painful tragedy are grateful to the Bui warriors for coming to their rescue otherwise it would have been worse than Ngarbuh.

Scandy media correspondent

Uganda: Police Kills a three year old girl

About 4 rogue Police offers are on the run following a Monday shooting of a three year old girl killed and the mother wounded. The suspect names as Patrick Ewang, Hassan Mityaba, Mandela Richard and Ivan Chamutai—were thought to be members of the Flying Squad, an elite police unit. They shot dead Viola Nakuwuka and injured her mother, Diana Nabakooza, and another resident, Ivan Kito, 23, on Monday Conor Gaffey said.

Credit- ChimReports

According to BBC, the four officers were not on “official assignment” and the motive behind the shooting is unclear.

The use of bullets carelessly in some African countries is very common as this story reminds us of many incidents in Cameroon where the military fire bullets without control taking away lives of innocent civilians. In Cameroon many stray bullets are said to have killed at least three people in the Anglophone crisis.

Uganda and Cameroon are compared here as they have leaders that have led the country for more than 30 decades and unlike Uganda where the  President Yoweri Museveni condemned the killing and ordered the installation of security cameras in all major towns and highways in Uganda, nothing is mentioned about it and no apologies rendered to families of the victims.

In as well as no one condemns military brutality in Cameroon as the perpetrators go scout free, the Uganda Police has described the incident as “highly regrettable” and said they would pay for the treatment of the wounded. One ponders on the payment can bring the lives lost or heal the wounds of bereaved. It is high time Human rights be respected in most of our African countries where every single bullet used is accounted for and culprits brought to book.

Shey Tatah Sevidzem