Cameroonians living in the United Kingdom have tendered the sum of ten million FCFA to the government of Cameroon to fight Boko Haram and also handle other related problems.
The package was handed to government on Monday in the nation's capital, Yaoundé.
This comes at the time when financial problems are plaguing the fight against the terror group.
Recently, Chad warned that it could pull out some of it's soldiers from the Multinational Joint Task Force due to financial difficulties.
The Multinational Joint Task Force is a combined military effort by Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria and Benin to curb insecurity.
The fight against the terror group is far being over. The group continues to carry out sporadic attacks.