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Sunday, 9 July 2017

Government Govt Summons Cameroonian Minister over murdering of Bakassi inhabitants

Image result for Federal Govt Summons Cameroonian Ambassador over killing of Bakassi residentsThe Cameroon's High Chief to Nigeria, Represetative Abbas Salahedine, has been summoned by the Outside Undertakings Service to give clarifications on the report of abuse and killings of Nigerians in the Bakassi Landmass by Cameroonian Gendarmes.
An announcement by the Service's Acting Representative, Mrs Jane Adams, communicated dishearten on the episode said to have been occasioned by charged non-installment of duties on angling exercises.

"The service has taught the Nigerian Missions in Yaounde and Buea, to explore the report with a view to affirming their veracity and advise Central command promptly.

"The service offers to the Cameroonian experts to practice their obligation of care and assurance over the general population of Bakassi, incorporating other Nigerian nationals in the zone," the announcement said.

A give an account of Friday had expressed that no less than 97 Nigerians were killed as Cameroon Gendarmes supposedly assaulted inhabitants of Bakassi over inability to pay a N100,000 vessel impose.

The report expressed that the assailants sacked basically Nigerians from Akwa Ibom, Cross Stream and Ondo state.

Numerous others were however said to have gotten away at midnight with their angling vessels and touched base at Ikang in Bakassi and Ibaka in Akwa Ibom.

The murdering and sacking of Nigerians in previous Bakassi is accepted to be an infringement of the 2005 Green Tree Assention (GTA) by the Nigeria-Cameroon Blended Commission.

The Understanding stipulated that the Bakassi returnees must be appropriately resettled to their common environment with the goal that they can have an important living.

The GTA additionally expresses that Nigerians who stay in Cameroon can do as such with no attack.

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