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Anglophone Crisis: Military crackdown forces the Mbingo population to flee their town.

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  • The army continues raking in the locality after the assassination of two gendarmes on 1 February.

The images that have reached us show empty streets, closed shops, not a dog no longer circulates in Mbingo since February 1, 2018. The people have fled closures that the defense forces are multiplying since the assassination of two gendarmes at the search for possible secessionists.

According to various accounts, several houses, businesses and personal property were vandalized the day after the death of these two soldiers in Mbingo. According to the population of Mbingo, elements of the security forces took revenge, arrested several people and burned homes and motorcycles.

No one wants to stay in Mbingo. The people of the town live in bush like animals. They abandoned their farms, homes to go to other places to beg for accommodation, “says a resident who took refuge in a nearby city.

Last January 3, gendarmes had published videos where they were seen interrogating two men tied up. They presented them as the perpetrators of the double murder of Mbingo’s gendarmes.

Later, there are other pictures showing the alleged assassins being forcibly shaved. Then, pictures of their bodies covered with blood and seemingly lifeless.

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