At Mile 16 this morning at about 5 am, women have been deprived from attending morning mass and workers were asked to go back to their houses on their way to work.
This morning Elvis writes to Gina Informs from Buea “Soldiers have surrendered the entire mile 16 no body is allowed to go anywhere. My little brother has just been sent back home on his way to work, together with some Catholic women who were about going for morning mass. I don’t know how the situation would be breaking morning .
He did not move with his ID card, he called me to bring it to him. When I went there we both were asked to go back indoors.
Eric lives at mile 16 in Buea, he added that
“The soldiers were standing very close to the walls of residences, just standing there in the dark. My brother was going to work at 5am before he was stopped.”
Meanwhile Cameroon News Agency reports that a mixed control team comprising Military, Gendarmes and Police will today carryout a search mission in Buea, Tiko, Muyuka, Limbe and environs.
The mixed control comes after recurrent unrest and killings of men in uniform in Kumba and Mamfe recently.