Two persons believed to have committed suicide have been seen in Bamenda. While the first was seen around the Cammark store at Mancho Street in Bamenda III Subdivision Wednesday December 20 another appeared this Thursday December 21, 2017 in the premises of All Saints Catholic Mission Bayelle.
The nature of the supposed corpses believed to have committed suicide leave more questions than answers. Talking to the Guardian Post an early witness of the Mancho Street case told this reporter that they only got up to see the person hanging and no one has been able to identify him in the neighborhood. “Why this man came spoil we quarter, this man no be man for here” Che Leonard said.
“I was passing to the market when I saw this man hanging beside the cemetery behind the hall and then I call some people but no one identified him. Many people have been coming here and looking since I came back from the market. This is my house” (pointing at a building very close to the church premises.)
With very little or no signs of struggle, closed eyes, no tongue out and the nature of the tied robes around their necks, onlookers believed something fishy must have happened.
With the intervention of the judicial police and the City Council, the corpses have been deposited at the Bamenda regional hospital mortuary pending identification and collection while investigations have been opened.

North West regional delegate for National Security has not made a statement on the issue but has been on the ground with elements for enquiry. 
Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

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