20 youths missing from the group that just arrived Bamenda from the colonial masters Kondengui junkyard

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A mother rolling on the floor, after she discovered her son did not come with the 21

21 youths out of the 41 officially reported by the state media who were arrested in Kumba and Bamenda on Dec 8-9 2016, have reached their safe harbour in Bamenda, while  20  are reportedly missing.

Unofficial reports say a bus conveying the  remaining 20 is on its way to Bamenda, creating another panic for it may never arrive, as most of the boys are feared dead.

The unconditional release of anglophone youths arrested in December and detained in the Kondengui prison was one of the prerequisites that teachers and lawyers conditioned government, before any dialogue continues.

We keep our fingers cross as the day ticks away, hoping their highly awaited arrival will not be a vain  wait of eternity.

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