Terror group beheads three villagers in Cameroon

Security forces could not intervene, because of the rough mountainous terrain.


Reports reaching Pulse News says that Boko Haram fighters laid siege on Tchebe-Tchebe and Dzaba in Cameroon.

Security sources say they beheaded three villagers in Tchebe-Tchebe.

According to Vanguard Newspapers, security forces could not intervene, because of the rough mountainous terrain.


A police officer in Cameroon, who spoke under anonymity, said the group also killed four people in the town of Afade.

He said “Boko Haram attacked the town of Afade around one in the morning.”

Adding that an inmate’s throat was slit, and the police and military posts were burnt down.

Another source, a social worker, Mey Ali said three inmates died in the fire.


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