Anglophone Crisis: Five Years After Launching Coffin Revolution, Defiant Mancho Bibixy Says “Schools Must Go On!”

[Daily News Cameroon - Cameroon] - 23/11/2021
Mancho Bibixy Tse, the initiator of the famous Coffin Revolution that took place in Bamenda on November 21, 2016, has revisited reasons that prompted him to engage in such a move that stirred the town, leading to his arrest, eventual jailing, and incarceration at the Yaoundé Kondengui Maximum (...)
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