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Government to install cameras in schools in the North West and South West regions!

As written by Echale Richard for  cameroonjournal.com : Sources from the National Security headquarters in Yaoundé have disclosed to th...


As written by Echale Richard for cameroonjournal.com:

Sources from the National Security headquarters in Yaoundé have disclosed to the Cameroon Journal that the government plans to or may have actually started installing surveillance cameras in schools and colleges across the Northwest and Southwest regions. The move, our informant disclosed is to feign-off attacks on students, teachers and infrastructure by Southern Cameroons activists who have vowed to disrupt school resumption in the two regions. Military men will also be stationed in majority of schools across the two regions.

The surveillance cameras project, we gathered, will only be installed in schools in the urban areas. Schools in rural areas will see mostly the insertion of the Police, Gendarmes and army in their compounds.

“They want to hold anybody who attacks schools accountable.” Our informant said. She added that the wisdom in the project is to give both “teachers and students the security and confidence they need to be willing to get back to school for the 2017/2018 academic year.

She didn’t, however, disclose when installation of the surveillance cameras starts. But she said some schools – mostly mission and gov’t schools in the cities of Kumba, Buea, Limbe, and Bamenda may already be having them. “The plan is to have them in vulnerable colleges before the school year opens,” she disclosed.

The Cameroon Journal could not independently confirm the existence of such surveillance cameras in any school in the two regions. But we were able to confirm that the recent importation of extra troops into the Northwest and Southwest is to have them assigned in the schools just before the doors for the new school year are opened.

The Cameroon Gov’t first started monitoring the citizens in the North West and South West when it recently embarked on massive installation of surveillance cameras in the streets of Bamenda, Buea and other major cities like Kumba and Limbe to use in catching those it considers as enemies of national unity.

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