Anglophone Armed Conflict: Gunmen Kill University Of Bamenda Student

By Raymond Dingana

Shock and Consternation has gripped the students of the Department of History and Archeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Bamenda (UBa) following the assassination of one of theirs by armed men.

Nkwetacha Slantis Leku, a teacher by profession who was in that department on an in-service basis was killed in Mahga, Bamumbu in Wabane, Southwest region of Cameroon.


Nkwetacha Slantis Leku, Killed By Gun men Bamumbu

A video that has been making rounds on the social media show a lady said to be the wife crying and saying:
I was in the kitchen with my aunts who came to assist me prepare for a death celebration. Some undentified gun men dashed in to the house and asked us to walk out.He had just returned from a death celebration and was resting. I heard noise and when I rushed in, they threatened to gun me down. One of them later came and said they have killed him and he was behind the house. I rushed there only to find my husband in the pole of his own blood. They took us and said they were going to kill us all but finally let us go. When I came back my husband was already dead.
Talking to drayinfos.com, a class mate said they were shocked to get the news that their course mate had died in the hands of gun men.

Nkwetacha Slantis Leku is not the first student of UBa to have died as a result of the war tearing the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon in to pieces.

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  1. This is soooo sad. May God give us the opportunity to repent because non of us, know the hour nor day

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  2. RIP Slantis... untill we meet again

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