Inhabitants of Banshie, a neighbourhood in Bamendankwe, Mile 1 subdivision in the North West region are yet to recover from the shock of Sunday night killings.
This comes after the population woke up on Monday, March 21 to discover the corpse of three youths at a roadside.
According to information gathered from eyewitnesses, the three whose identities could not immediately be traced were suspected to have been killed and their corpses dumped by the road.
An eyewitness told TWIF NEWS that the three who are allegedly builders came to the neighbourhood just a few days ago. Our source added that ‘they might come for a construction work’
After cursing their killers for hours, the report says their corpses were transported to the Bamenda regional hospital mortuary by order from authorities.
According to some residents of Bamendankwe, this is the first of its kind that such a barbaric act is reported in the neighbourhood.
Though their killers could not be traced, “They were surely killed in a military-separatists crossfire,” recounted an eyewitness
However, Bamenda is well-known for such happenings since the Anglophone crisis erupted in 2016. At least more than 4,000 people have died from the crisis, according to the latest CHRDA reports.