The towns of Bamenda in the North-West and Limbé in the South-West experienced fires yesterday night.
The Nkwen market in Bamenda went up in smoke yesterday night while at the same time, in Limbé, several houses were set on fire.
At the moment, it is difficult to establish a link between these fires which could be a mere coincidence.
In Mille 4 Bamenda however, traders are convinced that the shops were set on fire by the separatists because the owners no longer respected the slogan of ghost town on Monday, launched by the separatists.
The traders had also received warning letters from the separatists but had not yielded.
The army also announced the neutralization of three formidable separatist generals: “General Lion”, “General T-Boy” and “General Above the law”.
The English-speaking regions of Cameroon are hit by a violent conflict between the regular army and separatists who demand the independence of their regions.
The conflict has already claimed more than 12,000 lives and a million refugees and internally displaced persons, according to local international NGOs.
The US Senate is threatening targeted sanctions against the various government protagonists and separatists who violate human rights.
Several opposition parties united within the forces for change, security and peace in Cameroon began on September 22, 2020 a series of demonstrations to ask the government to end this war.
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