Cameroon helplessly witnesses the loss of one of its major colonies of elephants. National Park N’djida Bouba in the north of the country, lived for a few weeks under the control of armed militias, from Chad and Sudan, have killed about 200 copies (one third of those living in the reserve .) Witnesses report that they are armed with Kalashnikovs, horse and camel-assisted, and that give the meat to the local population. They just want the ivory tusks and leave in its wake a trail of elephants beheaded.
Last Tuesday, the official journal of the regime, the Cameroon Tribune carried front page headlines in what he described as “slaughter of elephants.” “That the system recognizes what is happening and shows its impotence. At least they decided to report it, “explained UE sources in the country. The Veintisiste have expressed concerns about what is happening, which can decimate the fledgling hunting and nature tourism.