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Cameroon’s National Assembly President issues a security warning, urging vigilance.

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The president of the National Assembly of Cameroon, Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, called for enhanced vigilance against security threats in the nation on Wednesday.

As of right now, the security danger in Cameroon is still very severe. Thankfully, the defense and security forces are keeping an eye on things, Cavaye stated in the National Assembly’s concluding plenary of its June session.

He stated that in order to combat terrorist threats, the populace must be on high alert and work with the military.

“I would like to salute the increasingly growing involvement in the fight of the said populations, particularly through the vigilance committees. Together we must block the way to all these evil hordes,” Cavaye said and urged lawmakers to get the population fully involved in securing the country and “to flush out terrorists, rebels and other highway robbers.”

The call was received five days after an IED detonated in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, injuring four people in a popular market.

According to security reports, the government has stepped up security by stationing more troops in important cities like Yaounde and the economic center of Douala. Enditem

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