Bamenda Nov. 21 Strike in Pictures

Some youths took to the street with a coffin

Some youths took to the street with a coffin

blocked street at Veterinary Junction

blocked street at Veterinary Junction

striking youths came with a coffin to bury the system they described at rotten

striking youths came with a coffin to bury the system they described at rotten

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[ movement in town by any sort of vehicle was almost impossible]

[caption id="attachment_5723" align="aligncenter" width="488"]bullet casing, proof of the use of life ammunition on the protesting youths bullet casing, proof of the use of life ammunition on the protesting youths

tyres and poles were used to block most streets

tyres and poles were used to block most streets

The youths blocked all major streets

The youths blocked all major streets

One Response to Bamenda Nov. 21 Strike in Pictures

  1. Yunus Ghalib November 23, 2016 at 2:49 pm

    Hello everyone i’m actually in the Far North region. The strike proclaims that the Anglosaxon speaking are fed up and they need change. They say that the state is rotten needs to be buried. So, a call is made by protest to show the gov’t about the ills of the francophones. How can everything be conducted by them and the anglophones none. They even went on interfering in the anglophones issues. So change is really needed!!!!!

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