Issa Tchiroma Bakary Death – Issa Tchiroma Bakary RIP / Cause Of Death

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Issa Tchiroma Bakary is very much alive.

Issa Tchiroma Bakary was born September 10, 1949 in Garoua, Cameroon. Issa Tchiroma Bakary Cameroonian politician who served in the government of Cameroon as Minister of Transport from 1992 to 1996 and has been Minister of Communication since 2009. He is the President of the Front for the National Salvation of Cameroon (Front pour le salut national du Cameroun, FSNC), a minor political party.

Tchiroma considered in France and turned into a materials and development engineer. Working in Douala, Tchiroma was a Research Officer at the Cameroon Railways Authority (Regie des Chemins de Fer, Regifercam), the state rail route organization of Cameroon, until April 1984. At the point when officers endeavored to oust President Paul Biya in an upset endeavor on 6 April 1984, starting long periods of battling in Yaoundé, Tchiroma was in Douala. As indicated by Tchiroma, he was uninvolved in the upset endeavor and the brutality was as strange to him as it was to others at that point; he said that he noticed the bleak air that won in the city and noticed the overall absence of solid data concerning what was happening in Yaoundé.

The overthrow endeavor was at last crushed by Biya followers, and the public authority started gathering together people associated with contribution. Tchiroma kept going to work at Regifercam, however he immediately went under doubt of being engaged with the overthrow endeavor; he was a northerner, and northerners were viewed as essentially answerable for the upset endeavor. Following a couple of days in which his house was over and again looked and harmed, Tchiroma was captured on 16 April 1984. Portrayed as “an exceptionally risky component”, he was taken to Yaoundé and at first detained for three days in a little cell, three square meters in size, which had no latrine, light, or ventilation. Different detainees were eliminated from the cell, as Tchiroma was considered perilous that he should have been kept alone. Pondering later the trial, Tchiroma said that it was the most noticeably awful memory of his life and that he would not wish the experience on his most noticeably terrible foe.

Tchiroma was along these lines detained at the Kondengui jail prior to being moved to the Yoko jail. At his preliminary before a tactical council, he was safeguarded by Yondo Black. While in jail, Tchiroma, who is a Francophone Cameroonian, concentrated on English. Later north of six years in jail, he was delivered in 1990.

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