Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta Accuses Paul Biya's Cameroonian Army Of Killing Kenyan Priest

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta writes to Paul Biya over the Death of Kenyan priest, accused Cameroonian army of killing him.

The Government of the Republic of Kenya, through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has drafted a one-page document formally asking for answers about the death of one of its citizens residing in Cameroon.

In the document dated Saturday, November 24, 2018, the Kenyan government stated that it had officially asked the Cameroonian government, through its High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria, to know the circumstances that led to the death of his citizen.

In the document signed by Macharia Kamau, chief secretary of the Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Kenyan church and people were assured that Uhuru Kenyatta's regime would sincerely seek answers on what they call the event. sad. While expressing his deepest condolences to the family, colleagues and friends of the deceased, the Foreign Ministry also said that Father Cosmas Omboto was shot dead by the Cameroonian army.

Field reports from the National Telegraph's secret chains in Kembong, Eyumojock Subdivision in Manyu Division, in the besieged southwestern Cameroon region, confirmed that Cosmas Omboto Ondari, Kenyan priest of Mill Hill, Serving as parish vicar of the parish of St Martin de Tours in Kembong, a few kilometers from Mamfe, the headquarters of Manyu was shot down by the Cameroonian army.
Paul Biya's Cameroonian Army Of Killing Kenyan Priest
The man of God was shot twice by the Cameroonian army; on the left side of his chest and around his private part while he was standing in front of the church around 3 pm on Wednesday, November 21, 2018. He died on the spot and was kept at 6 pm at the morgue of the Mamfe District Hospital.

Cameroon's Minister of Defense Joseph Beti Assomo officially signed a bulletin accusing Eric Tataw, an activist and American journalist, of the priest's death. Public radio and television CRTV has read it several times, claiming it was the journalist. Eric Tataw has demystified it. In a BBC interview that followed, Mamfe's Bishop, His Lord Andrew Nkea, categorically stated that the priest had been shot dead by the Cameroonian army.
The 33-year-old Mill Hill missionary was ordained Sunday, March 26, 2017 in Kisii, Kenya. Before this incident, three other men of God had been brutally murdered by the Cameroonian army; Charles Trumann Wesco, an American missionary was shot dead in Bambui, North West Cameroon, on Tuesday, October 30, 2018, Apostle Isaac Attoh of the Destiny Impact Ministry of Ghana was shot dead on Saturday July 14, 2018 in Batibo, another war-torn city in the unruly region of northwestern Cameroon.

Friday, July 20, 2018, the reverend father.Alexander Sob Nougi, former Catholic Education Secretary of Diocese of Buea who, at the time of his death, was pastor of Bomaka in Buea, was shot dead by soldiers in Muyuka, another unruly town in the south-west. Residents of Cameroon's two English-speaking regions have taken up arms against a predominantly French government, especially after President Paul Biya's declaration of war when his government rejected the dialogue in order to respond to the fundamental socio-political demands of lawyers, teachers and academics. men of the people.

Source: National Telegraph

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