Bamenda: School reduced to ashes by flames


Five rooms of the Atuakom public primary school, a popular neighborhood of the Cameroonian rampant city of Bamenda (northwest), went out in smoke on Sunday night after a fire That several local sources, called it a criminal move.

The fire broke out at around 3am local time, according to sources who also said several unknown people were killing around the Japanese-built facility in 2014, Flames began to rise.

This disaster occurred when the English-speaking regions of the Northwest and South-West were, since November 2016, under a sling with the corporatist start of lawyers and teachers, but eventually turned into claims separatists.

Despite assurances from the government and appeals for calm from religious leaders, this crisis is now feared a blank year, with most schools running idle on the eve of the official exam session.

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