Denis Nkwebo said the car was parked outside his house in the commercial capital of Douala.
An investigative journalist in Cameroon has told the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) that his car was destroyed in an explosion on Thursday.
According to a CPJ statement, Denis Nkwebo said the car was parked outside his house in the commercial capital of Douala.
He said that no one was hurt in the explosion.
“We are alarmed by the explosion at the home of Denis Nkwebo who had been reporting on a sensitive issue of public interest, `The performance of Cameroon’s security forces,” said CPJ Africa Advocacy Coordinator, Mohamed Keita.
“We call on authorities to carry out an efficient, thorough, and transparent investigation into this attack and hold those responsible to account,’’ he said.
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