The United Nations (UN) has said that no fewer than 32,000 Cameroonians fleeing insecurity and violence are currently taking refuge in Nigeria. The UN coordinator Allegra Baiocchi describes the situation as a "forgotten crisis".
A Twitter user identified as Siddiki Hamadou, he took to his handle to share a touching video of a teenage boy Abubakar whose father was killed by Boko Haram and his mother at the Cameroonian border. He’s from Borno state.
It was a day of joy and victory for the parents of the kidnapped students of Nkwen Presbyterian secondary school in Bamenda, Cameroon as the government of the state allowed the kids reunite with their parents again.
Gumel, chairman Senate Committee on States and Local Governments, made this assertion in an interview with newsmen at the end of the committee’s oversight visit to National Boundary Commission and Border Community agency.
The Cross River State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) on Friday, July 20, said that over 34,000 Cameroonians were taking refuge in six local government areas of the state. This is due to the crisis going on in the country.
Basiru Bah and Urerimam Raymond Shamaki of the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa, writes on the human rights violations ongoing in the southwest and northwest regions of sub-Saharan country, Cameroon.