UB, GHS Mamfe, GS Bambalang, 27 Others In Danger!!!
At least six bombs have been planted in separate locations in the University of Buea, an anonymous source has told National Telegraph. Others have also been reportedly planted in GHS Mamfe in Manyu Division, GBHS Tiko in Fako, and GS Bambalang Group I in Ngoketunjia Division of the North West Region. Many more explosions may also occur in Model Bilingual Inclusive Complex, National Telegraph has been told.
According to a highly placed source that spoke to National Telegraph’s Publisher and Editor-in-chief, the attack in GHS Mamfe maybe the deadliest in school attacks ever known the world over as attackers are targeting mainly Francophone students. National Telegraph has been hinted that GBHS Mamfe that usually holds classes in Avatu; up the hills of Satom has now been moved to same Mile One Location hosting GHS Mamfe. In essence, it would appear GHS and GBHS Mamfe are in same location. If this be the case, a lot might happen.
Meanwhile in UB, there are plans to completely bring down the Central Administration. Attackers may also kill several students as collateral damage, National Telegraph has learned. It should be noted that just recently, a strike was suspended by UB students after a quick intervention by the administration.
Other major schools around the North West and South West Regions are also targeted including Lycée Dido in Douala. Meanwhile, indiscriminate exchanges are envisaged in Mamfe and other parts of Manyu in the days ahead. A source has hinted National Telegraph that Mamfe and the entire Manyu denizens must now stock foods, adding that attackers aimed to shoot everything on their way to capture the SDO, Oum II Joseph.
The dates of these attacks are unknown to this reporter. Our source has also refused to say whether the attackers are Ambazonians or LR soldiers disgruntled with Mr. Biya and his regime. In the meantime, National Telegraph also brings to you the picture below showing captured images of Fombesi Roland aka Roland Babies, surviour of the Mamfe Gendarmerie Shooting as he recovers at the Mamfe District Hospital. Our Manyu Situation Report is being concluded.
The Management of the venerated National Telegraph seizes this opportunity to state here that in Journalism, there’s what is called Surveillance Journalism like giving weather focasts and warning people on how to dress before stepping out of their houses. This is Surveillance Journalism not Propaganda. This hint is a chef-d’œuvre. A word is plenty to a Solomon!!!