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Cameroon government official killed in Yaounde by unidentified gunmen

Unidentified gunmen have killed; a senior Cameroon government official in front of his family last Wednesday at Biteng neighborhood in Yaoundé, Cameroon Concord was informed late over the week end.  Maurice Akoa, Divisional Delegate at the Ministry of Transport for the Nyong-et-Kelle Division in the Centre region, was coldly shot dead by two unidentified individuals-last Wednesday at Biteng. Biteng is a secure residential area in the outskirts of the nation’s capital hosting prominent government officials including Chief and Prof. Peter Agbor Tabi, Assistant Secretary General at the presidency of the republic.

Cameroon Concord learnt from sources at the gendarmerie brigade at Nkomo that the tragedy occurred at around 22 hours in the night from Wednesday to Thursday, when two hooded individuals burst into the home of  the Akoa family. The attackers triggered the alarm of his car three times to lure the victim outside. The first time it was his son who came out to see what was causing the alarm activation. The second time, it was his wife. And the third time, the family head himself came out on the porch, and it was at this time that the unknown visitors shot him at close range.

Cameroon Concord will be discussing this latest development via its AGBAW-EBAI DEBATE soonest.


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