Saturdays are for parties I told myself as I wakeup from a long night of worry.
I was set to make that day count little dis I know the enemy always had a plan to disrupt yours. Oh finally my mothers could laugh again, out there is hope. We had monitored and cake to a conclusion that this academic year will be a remarkable one where our children could go to school without any fear as some fractions of "Ambas" had given their word not to distort schools like it was the previous years.
Finally our voices have been heard! Oh praise the Lord!
Little did we know the silence was pregnant.
We were about to witness another turn, we will again move to the streets crying.
Children left their homes, went to school and death caught up with them.
The Last kiss of a parent whose only son died, a son who waved good bye to his parents and off he went to study to become the next president and change Maker in this part of the world, was killed in a class room
Unbelievable, Unthinkable, unexplainable how cruel people can be.
It is time to end these killings and let peace reign in Cameroon.
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