Cameroon: One dead, huge medication looted in Boko Haram attack

At least one medical aid worker is believed to have died in a Boko Haram attack on Monday night in the Far North of Cameroon.
The attack was perpetrated on a health centre in the Alagarno locality, around Waza Park, L'Oeil du Sahel reports.
Huge medication is believed to have been looted in the attack.

This comes at a time when the fight against the terror group is growing rather shaky. Some Cameroonian soldiers fighting the insurgency went on strike recently due to concerns about unpaid money.  Chad is threatening to pull out of the Multinational Joint Task Force battling the terror group. Chad has complained of growing financial difficulties.

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