‘Cameroon genocide demands urgent UN intervention’

National Publicity Secretary of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) and Presiding Bishop of the Calabar-based Christian Central Chapel Int’l, Bishop Emmah Isong, has called on the United Nations to stop the bloodbath in Southern Cameroon.
Making the call in a chat with Blueprint in Calabar, Bishop Isong, who recently return to Nigeria after a gospel crusade in the Central African country said: “There is so much killings in Cameroon, especially the southern part last Friday in Ekondo Titi.
Special Government forces, the Gendarmes, moved into the villages and assassinated my brother in-law in a broad day light, shooting at sight on any male or youth.
The entire rural areas were deserted, in one of the operations; they shot a man who was lying on a sick bed, right on the chest despite the man pleadings that he is not a militant. “Much innocent blood has been shed silently and my worries are not that I have lost a relation but my questions are what is the federal government gaining by arbitrarily eliminating the lives of the young Cameroonians? “Do we still have the role of the United Nations in defending the poor armless English-speaking citizens of a poor African nation?”

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