The attackers overpowered the military men who were escorting the truck with sophisticated weapons.Supermont mineral water plant is a subsidiary of Source du Pays and not Brasserie du Cameroun.The main activity of Source du Pays is the production and distribution of natural mineral water, carbonated and non-carbonated beverages.
Unidentified gunmen have attacked a truck belonging to Cameroon's mineral water processing firm Supermont. The attack happened on Thursday December 19.2019 in the early hours of the morning.Two female company workers who were on their way to work are said to have lost their lives in the tragic assault.
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