Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Nigerian refugees allege Cameroon troops raided their village

Some of the Internally Displaced Persons living at an IDP camp in Adamawa state have accused the Cameroonian military of allegedly raiding their community while pretending to be Boko Haram members. The refugees made the allegation while speaking to CCTV station today December 9th.
"They came, chased us out, burnt our houses, took our animals and even stole our money" Mariamu Abubakar, one of the refugees said Cameroon’s military has denied the claim, saying that its troops respect human rights.
They however admit they have carried out operations on several border villages in co-ordination with Nigerian soldiers. The Nigerian military has however not commented on this allegations.