Cameroon – North West: The vehicle of a CPDM section president burned by Ghost Riders

Written by Deckson N.

Less than a week after the burning down of the Women Empowerment Center of this city, the ghost riders visited this figure of the ruling party.

In the night of Thursday 25 to Friday 26 May, unidentified individuals, infiltrated the residence of the president of the section of the CPDM of Ngie in the Momo division, North West Region.

According to the daily Le Messager of Monday, May 29, 2017, the vehicle Prado of Ubangoh Helly was burned, leaving the victim stunned by the violence of this act, for its part incomprehensible. In his narrative, the concerned reports that “my family and I had been awakened abruptly around midnight by an explosive sound. And when we came out of the house to check the cause of this detonation, we saw the flame coming up, my brand new Prado¬† vehicle not yet registered was on fire.

According to his remarks, his crime stems from the fact that he had mobilized the militants of the party of the ardent torch, take a massive share in the parade of the 45th edition of the celebration of the National Unity on May 20, one reads in the daily newspaper.

And it is undoubtedly that the president of Ngie CPDM section speaks of the criminal act of his “enemies“. Indeed, for some time now, he has been “subjected to threats on social networks especially on my Facebook page, where some have even called me informing me that they will visit me and set fire to my Goods because I mobilize the militants to take part in the feast of National Unity. They finally went to the act by burning my vehicle, “says Ubangoh Helly.

Nevertheless, the chairman of the Ngie CPDM section filed a complaint against the unknown. An investigation was initiated by law enforcement authorities in this locality, to find the perpetrators of this act, which could have jeopardized the life of a family.

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