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Adolphe Lafrique: Governor Salutes Respecting Safety

North West Governor, Adolphe Lele Lafrique has urged the population to remain confident and stand by the Head of State who is committed to ...

North West Governor, Adolphe Lele Lafrique has urged the population to remain confident and stand by the Head of State who is committed to go the extra mile in seeking lasting solutions to the Anglophone problem rocking the South West and North West regions. 

Twenty four hours after the October 1st, 2017 street protests that threatened to jeopardize social peace in the North West region, the Governor has congratulated the population for respecting administrative recommendations that largely kept people and property safe. 

He told Cameroon Tribune on October 2, 2017 that casualties of the protests left some six people dead in Ndu, Oku, Ashong, Bambalang and Balikumbat. 

This follows confrontations between the Forces of Law and Order and some armed persons who attempted to defy State authority, burnt and destroyed public emblems. 

Elsewhere in Kumbo, the Governor revealed that some four inmates were shot after burning the Prison to facilitate their escape. 

The lot in casualties includes, the burning of the car of the SDO of Boyo Division, attacks on some Gendarmerie Brigades and Police stations, injuries suffered by some four Gendarmes and four policemen, some protesters and the seizure of three guns. 
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Some 18 motorcycles and some machetes by the Forces of Law and Order while some arrests were carried out and remanded in custody with Bamenda emerging without any death at press time. 

Meanwhile, usual business is expected to return to Bamenda and neighbourhoods today, October 3, 2017 after 72 hours ban during which Regional Ordinances and Communiqués issued by Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique temporally restricted the movement of people, cars and motorcycles. 

It was another quiet day in Bamenda yesterday with streets deserted. But for a few security vehicles that paraded the city, the overwhelming presence of the elements of the Forces of Law and Order were off the streets. 

Public offices largely went without staff and users and to blame was the absence of taxis and commercial motorcycles. Motor parks were void of cars and passengers. Off licenses, snack bars, shops, markets, schools, financial institutions remained shut and families spent the day indoors. 

The Governor's Orders of September 29, 2017 advised the population to stay indoors on October 1 and prohibited the movement of people and cars between Divisions from the midnight of September 29 to midnight of October 2, 2017. - Online Sources

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