Six Cameroonian soldiers met their untimely death in a place called Hitawa, in the locality of Mayo Tsanaga, where close to 1200 displaced persons were recently resettled. The Boko Haram insurgency began in 2014 like a joke and gradually metamorphosed into a huge hurricane that has caused untold damage to Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon.
More than two thousand lives has been lost to these brutes and savages, who kidnap for ransom as well as kill for sports. Cameroon witnessed One hundred thousand internally displaced persons, which is enormous pressure as well as extra cost on the state budget.
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