A Former University of Buea Student Union, UBSU, President and Youth Advocate, Tata Kwawi Mbinglo, has petitioned Members of Parliament from Donga Mantung Division in the northwest region, demanding that justice takes its course on civilians who died on February 14, 2020, in Ngarbuh, Ndu subdivision. By justice he means, sentencing to life imprisonment all those involved in the massacre, compensating the victims among others. The petition comes hours after the government admitted on Tuesday April 21, 2020, that soldiers and militias were responsible for the killing of children and women.
A PETITION TO THE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT FOR NKAMBE/NDU CONSTITUENCY.
Dear Hons. Gerard Ngala/Naomi M,
SUBJECT: JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF THE NGARBUH MASSACRE
After a period of two months, that the Cameroon government promised us, findings into the Ngarbuh massacre, we are shocked to know that, the act was carried out by the military and a vigilante group as alleged by civil societies and eye witnesses.
We also learned with great
We, as the concerned people and youths from Donga Mantung,
As our elected repres
-All those involved be sentenced to life in prison.
-A compensation of FCFA 100million be handed to each victimized family.
-The Ndu tea estate
-A resettlement home
-All those who denied and covered up the massacre be arrested and sentenced to at least 2 years in prison.
I call on all the youths from Donga Mantung division to join their voices lets get justice for our people.
Tata Kwawi Mbinglo