Supected Boko Haram Insurgents Killed Three; Abducted Many In Fresh Border InvasionFeatured, Latest News, News Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
Less than a month when it struck in the area, dreaded Boko Haram insurgents have again attacked northern Cameroon, killing three and abducted over 10 in a renewed border invasion.
The fresh attack, sources revealed to African Examiner occurred Monday afternoon when some insurgents ran out of foods and were scamping for food stuff, stormed the Greya village of Cameroon.
Sources also revealed that about 11 Cameroonian boys who were kidnapped last month by the suspected militants have just regained their freedom. The escapees it was learnt were presently being investigated by the Cameroonian security operatives.
It would be recalled Boko Haram insurgents late last month (July 27) , abducted the wife of Cameroon’s Vice Prime Minister, Amadou Ali and killed three people in an attack which took place on the Northern town of Kolofata.
Also in the invasion which happened on the last Muslim end of Ramadan Salaah day, affected a religious leader and town’s Mayor, Seini Boukar Lamine, as he was kidnapped in a separate operation.
However, the abducted VPM’s wife was rescued unhurt about three days later in a fierce gun duel between the the militants and insurgents.
The development caused slight overhaul in the Cameroonian Military hierarchy, as President Paul Biya fired about two army Chiefs owing to worries emanating from the security lapses which led to VPM’s wife abduction.
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