It is undoubtedly an unexpected rebound in the case of the mysterious death of the Bishop of Bafia Bishop Jean-Marie Bénoît Bala! After a first autopsy which led to the assassination of the prelate, the Directorate General of National Security has just demanded a second autopsy one month after the discovery of the body of the bishop.
A request already perceived by the Cameroonian public as an attempt ‘to blur the tracks‘ because of the “overwhelming” results of the first autopsy.
These results reveal that the prelate was assassinated after being subjected, for several hours, to a session of torture. The inquiry into the last hours of the bishop had also concluded that he would have been abducted by an armed “commando“.
Simple coincidence or Vatican demand?
The requirement of a second autopsy of the body of the prelate comes just days after the stay of the emissaries of the Vatican in Cameroon. According to our information these emissaries would have stayed in Cameroon at the end of June and have had meetings with the Cameroonian authorities in connection with the investigation into the death of the Bishop of Bafia.
Is this second autopsy a mere coincidence or an injunction of the Vatican? The issue is already making a lot of noise in the Cameroonian public already disturbed by the great blurring that surrounds the death of Bishop Bala.
As a reminder, the prelate’s funeral scheduled for 14 June was postponed to a later date. The Bishops’ Conference, which confirmed the thesis of the assassination of their colleague, recently threatened not to accept the remains of Bishop Bala. They lay down the official publication of the autopsy report as well as the designation of the culprits.