The governor of Cameroon's South West region Bernard Okalia has been filmed accusing women of refusing to reveal the identities of attackers who killed seven students at a school in the city of Kumba on Saturday.
Women had marched to Governor Okalia's office to call for an end to the Anglophone crisis, according to journalist Mimi Mefo.
He then addressing the crowd.
"When I have asked you before, 'who are the killers?' You said you don't know," he said.
"Who are the killers?" he asked, and the crowd answered in unison "We don't know".
He then responded: "The killers are your brothers, the killers are your children, the killers are people living amongst you and you do not want to denounce them.
" A video of the incident was posted on Twitter by Mimi Mefo: https://twitter.
com/MimiMefoInfo/status/1321900959510024192 Gunmen stormed the Mother Francisca School in the restive area of Kumba around midday on Saturday.
The government and English-speaking separatists have been blaming each other for the attack.