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“General Satan” Anglophone Separatist Killed In Cameroon

Satanically dubbed separatist thought to be responsible for the murder of civilians was among group killed in Cameroon’s Northwest

The self-proclaimed “General Satan”, a fighter with the Anglophone separatists suspected of murdering civilians, has been killed by the Cameroon Army.

Three separatist fighters were killed yesterday September 8, in Awing situated in the restive Northwest region.

General Satan, whose real name has not yet been reported, is said to be among them, sources say.

“At least three ambazonian terrorists neutralized by the Commander of Awing and his elements a short while ago including the terrorist called Satan”, a senior military source who opted for anonymity because he is not authorized to speak on behalf of the army said.


The self-proclaimed general is reported to have been behind several attacks in the Northwest region recently including the murder of a staff of the Bank of Central African States, popularly known by the French acronym BEAC, who was on a visit to his village of Awing last month and the burning of a car at Mile 13, Bamenda.


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Chief Bisong Etahoben

Chief Bisong Etahoben is a Cameroonian investigative journalist and traditional ruler. He writes for international media and has participated in several transnational investigations. Etahoben won the first-ever Cameroon Investigative Journalist Award in 1992. He serves as a member of a number of international investigative journalism professional bodies including the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR). He is HumAngle's Francophone and Central Africa editor.

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