After four days, the corpses of the innocent British Southern Cameroonians killed and dumped in a river in Bafut, finally came afloat and were buried by the river banks. The faces were all shattered by the bullets, an eye witness narrates. Thanks to fallen debris into the river and the lack of abundant rain that the corpses were finally seen, not far from the bridge where the French Cameroun appointed governor – Lele Afrique, had ordered the civilians to be shot and dumped in the river on August 4, 2020 around 3:00 Am.
details of what happened on 4 august, 2020
The population of the small village of Mforya in Bafut got up to discover the blood of the victims at a river in the village. A military informant who is willing to testify to the world, says the three victims had been kidnapped by the French Cameroun military in Bambalang, Banso and Akum (60 KMs, 120kms and 50 kms) away from where they were executed. For the past one month, they have been undergoing torture at the Bafut Airport. Breaking 4 August, 2020, the French Cameroun-appointed colonial governor of the Northern part of the territory visaed their elimination. According to the source, the three victims and others were blindfolded and taken to the river, where they were ordered in French to say their last prayers. They were then shot and dumped into the river, in conninvance with the French Cameroun genocidal commander in Bambui. The said Commander is responsible for several massacres in the village including killing the mother of a 4-month-old in Babanki Tungo, and allowing the baby to spend the night on the mother’s blood. (Click here for details). The village is in panic, as the bridge over the said river and its railings were soaked with the victims’ blood.
Killingand disposing corpses in rivers in this genocide has been a regular practice of Mr. Lele Africa who has killed more than 12000 innocent civilians in the ongoing genocide. He continues to kill and burn with impunity as the world watches in silence. Below is a video of Mr. Lele Afrique’s Atrocity Crimes in British Cameroon