Boko Haram launches attack on Cameroon-Nigeria border
- Boko Haram insurgents abduct eight people in an attack on Cameroon’s restive far north
- The insurgents burnt several houses during the raid on some villages in the region
- The terrorists killed two people in another attack on Gachono, Afade
Boko Haram insurgents have killed more than 15 people following a raid on Gakara, a suburb of Kolofata in Cameroon’s restive far north, which is regularly hit by the terrorists.
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Eight people were also abducted in the attack which occurred in the night of Thursday, August 24.
According to tweets by Bisong Etahoben, an international investigative journalist, the insurgents burnt several houses during the raid.
Etahoben also disclosed that in another attack on Gachono, Afade, Boko Haram insurgents killed three persons, wounded two and razed the entire village.
See the tweets by Etahoben below:
This latest attack comes after Boko Haram killed four people when a lone insurgent struck at Kordo near Kolofata on Wednesday August 23.
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Watch Legit.ng video of survivors of Boko Haram talking about the horrors inflicted by the terrorists: