- The guerrilla war of the Boko Haram insurgents has continued unabated
- The group has been carrying out the attacks in both Nigeria and Cameroon
- They rely on brainwashed kids to carry out the dastardly acts
- Two 8-year-old girls blew up themselves this morning in Cameroon
The guerrilla war of the Boko Haram insurgents has continued unabated as both Nigeria and Cameroun continues to battle the insurgency that has ravaged its regions and borders for almost a decade.
This morning, the insurgents struck again through two little girls aged eight, who died in their own explosion while trying to cause harm to others.
The incident happened in Galdi neighbourhood in the northern Cameroon town of Mora.
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This was disclosed by veteran international investigative journalist, Chief Bisong Etahoben, via his Twitter page.
One of Chief Etahoben's followers lamented that the kids are being lured into the evil acts by the terrorists.
Largely decimated by joint regional forces in the area, Boko Haram has in recent times relied on innocent kids to carry out their terror campaign.
Meanwhile, the gains made by the Cameroonian military might be in jeopardy as a demonstration to demand for leave and payment of bonuses has led to the arrest of 30 Cameroonian soldiers engaged in the war against the terrorists.
This was disclosed by the country's defense ministry on Monday, June 5. A statement by the ministry said the soldiers on Sunday, June 4, “set about stopping traffic with barricades on national route number one."
Watch a video report of the recently released Chibok girls by Boko Haram on Legit.ng TV below: