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Cameroon Armed Conflict: Another No Pity-like attack in Matazem.

By Nfor Nkfu

Separatist Ambazonia fighters have dealt a another huge blow against soldiers Cameroon soldiers in Matazem, a locality in Santa subdivision of Mezam division gateway into the North West region of Cameroon. The attack on Saturday November 13, 2021 claimed the lives of eight police officers, 3 gendarmerie elements and one civilian, unofficial reports say.
The attack executed with the use of improvised explosive device (IED) is suspected to have been carried out by armed Ambazonia fighters under the command of   'General' Okoro said to be operating around that locality.

Commentators have described the attack as No Pity-like comparing it to that carried out by 'General' No Pity -another separatist commander on September 16, 2021 at the foot of Sabga hill which led to the death of at least 10 government soldiers.

The Matazem attack occurred less than 24 hours after a police officer gunned down Tataw Brandy, an 8-year old primary school kid in Nkwen- Bamenda, North West regional capital .

Hilltopvoices gathered that the killing of Brandy ignited protests in Bamenda that led to destruction of property with some protestors sustaining bullet wounds fired by men in uniform.


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