Thursday, September 21, 2017

Ahead of School Reopening & If Burning Continues in the NW/SW: Ruthless “kalekale” by the Army Next Week, State of Emergency Feared

News reaching our news room from sources around the Cameroon security network holds that what was usually known as “Operation Kalekale” exercised by the forces of law in the early 60s and 70s to fish out hidden, harden criminals and people who smuggle themselves into the country to carry out suicide missions will be activated by next week, and the operation will be wild if burning continues in this part of the country ahead of school reopening.
This will be a bold security step away from the usual arrest and abduction. Security networks and alert mechanisms will be intensified; this resolution comes against the back drop of increased threat actions coming in from Cameroonian activists in the diaspora championing the crusade for secession through the grounding of schools in the Anglophone part of the country. The recent mass hired campaign on the burning of Church institutions and schools in the N.W and S.W most especially in Bui Division and Mezam  when they announced admissions in their respective schools is the reason d’etre for such security intensified action. The immediate cause is the burning of the Nkwen Baptists College on the 12th of August 2017. 
The government ever determined for schools to reopen just like the church on the 4th of September 2017 contrary to the wishes of Ambazonians who want the Ambazonian school calendar to be respected in January 2018 and for all its citizens to be unconditionally freed using school closure as a major tool are bent in doing all in their best using all the powers that be to ensure that schools resume effectively this academic year. Information is even rift that should this act of vandalism continues, there will be heavy deployment of the army in the North West and South West for security and that may end up causing a State of emergency been granted.
As they are convinced that government has done a lot to solve the plights raised by teachers and Common Law Lawyers in November 2016 contrary to the wishes of extremists diaspora who are bent on using the situation at hand to cause the division of Cameroon, officials have vowed on the need for continues dialogue but will not tolerate acts of burning, threats and vandalism.

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