On Sunday, an explosion occurred in Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé.
Injury count was four. This incident took place on Sunday, November 1 in a snack bar.
Unfortunately, nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack in the Nsam neighbourhood of Yaoundé, which police say was carried out with a homemade bomb at about 21:00 local time (20:00 GMT).
According to witnesses, they saw a man enter, buy a drink and sit alone before walking away – leaving his drink and a bag behind.
Moreover, one lady, who was in the bar, Christine; reported she only remembered something exploding in the bag, before the force of it threw her against the wall.
Two out of the four have serious injuries the police stated. All are receiving treatment at a clinic in the area.
In August, a similar explosive device went off in Yaoundé’s crowded Mokolo market, injuring a number of people. Two months earlier, the country’s capital recorded three explosions in different localities.
In connection with those previous explosions, two people have been arrested.
Sunday’s incident has recorded no arrests so far.