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Cameroon – Anglophone Crisis: “Twenty Bamenda Youths” Drive Ghosts On Ghost Town Day

Written by Deckson N.

An ‘Anti-Ghost Town’ group of about twenty youths have marched the streets of Bamenda carrying placards denouncing the observation of ghost town which has now become a common practice within the population.

They marched along the Ngeng Junction, passing through Fokou around Nkwen and moved to the Grand Stand to make a declaration.

The anti ghost town marchers held banners whose writings is aimed at dissuading Bamenda population from observing ghost town in their respective localities.

The writings read as follows: ‘’the population of Bamenda says NO to Ghost Town,” another read; “Stand as one and say NO to Ghost Town.

Paradoxically, the anti ghost town march met with effective ghost town on the ground as they marchers carried on their activity.

The Bamenda anti ghost town march is coming after another organized by the Limbe and Kumba City Councils as well as Buea Council.

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