400 Cameroonian Villagers Storm Nigerian Territory On Revenge Mission Against Boko Haram

Exasperated by many attacks and killings, at least 400 Cameroonian villagers stormed a Nigerian territory on Friday in search of Boko Haram terrorists, but details were just beginning to come out.

Local newspaper, L’Oeil du Sahel, said the inhabitants of Madina and Boulo localities in the Logone and Chari department,  Cameron’s far north, conducted a raid in Nigeria on August 25.

Despite assurances from Cameroonian and Nigerian authorities that the terrorists were on the run, more people are being killed regularly and the populations seem to be taking their destiny into their hands.

Boko Haram has been wreaking havoc in Cameroon since 2014, killing thousands of people and displacing hundreds of thousands.

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