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A bus transporting persons fleeing violence in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon was reportedly set ablaze by unidentified men on Monday in the locality of Loum, Littoral Region of Cameroon.
Sources say the bus was stopped by unidentified men posing as council workers who order all passengers to step down before setting the bus ablaze.
The said bus was reportedly coming from Bamenda in the North West region.
No group has claimed responsibility for the act.
The locality of Loum in the Littoral region which shares boundary with Tombel in the South West Region has witnessed scaring flashes of violence from the Anglophone part of the country.
Loum is host to a vast number of internally displaced persons from Tombel as a result of the on-going violence in that part of the country.