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The majority are arrested on the basis of little to no evidence, some were arrested simply for failing to show their ID.
Boko Haram has been unleashing havoc in Cameroon’s Far North region.The victims of Cameroon’s crackdown against alleged Boko Haram members, as documented by Amnesty International, in its report “Cameroon's Secret Torture Chambers”, are mostly Cameroonian men between the ages of 18 and 45 from the Far North region, Muslim, Kanuri ethnic group.Some of the detainees include women, children as young as seven and people with mental or physical disabilities.The publisher of the images thinks it serves the family right.He says Dr Humphrey Ekema has collected bribe and rubbished Anglophone Education and this warrants him to be treated this way.A Cameroonian artist known as Nyangono du Sud, has decided to present his new album “Le trou barbu”, by displaying the naked posterior of a woman.
The posters that are visible in Yaoundé, the nation’s capital have attracted anger among female groups with some advocating a kind of legal action against the musician.
“I spent at least 23 months at the DGRE in Yaoundé, held in secret.
I came to know every type of torture there and I was constantly chained up by my hands and feet,” said a 35 year-old Nigerian man who was arrested in Cameroon in 2013.
In our report we documented the cases of over 100 people, including children, have been arbitrarily arrested, tortured and some were killed in undisclosed locations right under the noses of high-ranking Cameroonian military officials. Because the Cameroon government is fighting a war against the armed group Boko Haram.
They will stop at nothing to win, including arresting people and torturing people suspected of supporting Boko Haram until they confess.
This means that if you find yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time in the Far North region of Cameroon, you run the risk of being arbitrarily arrested, tortured and even killed.