Monday, August 27, 2012

The Guardian Post Publisher in Cameroon Under Death Threats

 The Management of The Guardian Post Media Group hereby notifies the national and international community that its Publisher/Editor Ngah Christian Mbipgo has for the past two weeks been receiving life-threatening anonymous phone calls.
The cabal has vowed to go to every length ti eliminate the Publisher/Editor of the authoritative weekly English newspaper, physically or metaphysically; over what they say is "the Newspaper's attempt to expose the political ambitions of their master".
"Don't bother to go into hiding because we are monitoring all your movements and must make sure you pay the ultimate price for daring to tread where even angels dread", one of the anonymous caller is quoted to have told Ngah Christian on phone.
Given that many journalists have of late died under suspicious and mysterious circumstances in Cameroon, the management of The Guardian Post Media Group is not taking these threats lightly. Diplomatic missions in Cameroon as well as national and international human rights organization have been alerted, we were informed. Our source also hinted that some individuals are being suspected, yet their names have been kept secret. 

When News Breaks Out, We Break In. Minute by Minute Report on Cameroon and Africa

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