Feb 9, 2023

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Cameroonian Militants Invade Nigeria, Gun Down 20 in Cross River – Legit.ng

  • Some militant Cameroonians invaded the Cross River community and attacked the Cameroonians, who fled to Nigeria and refused to join their forces to fight
  • Chief Cletus Obun, a former member of the Cross River House of Assembly, confirmed the incident and said nearly 20 people were killed by the separatists

Boki LGA, Cross River State – Militants from Ambazonia, a separatist group in southwest Cameroon, have killed at least 20 people in a community in Boki Governorate, Cross River State, Daily Trust reported .

The newspaper said so Chief Cletus Obun, a former member of the Cross River House of Assembly and candidate for the House of Representatives for the Boki/Ikom federal constituency, confirmed the incident and said it occurred on Sunday May 29th.

His words:

“I can confirm that on Sunday morning the Ambazonian soldiers crossed the Nigerian border to attack their compatriots who had fled to Nigeria and refused to leave to join their forces in battle.”

“They killed nearly 20. No one is sure if any Nigerian nationals are among those killed.”

Cameroonians flood Bashua community

Meanwhile, Obun said the remaining Cameroonians, who also speak the Bokye language of the Boki, have now flooded the Bashua community not far from Danare, where Nigerian troops have a small camp.

It was found that militant Ambazonians regularly saunter into the Boki, where there are many Cameroonians, to wreak havoc or relax.

However, information officer of the 13 Tope Aluko, said they still have to deal with the recent attack which took place six months after a similar invasion in Taraba state.< /p>

Senate Deputy Minority Leader Emmanuel Bwacha had sounded the alarm because suspected militant Cameroonians attacked the village chief and some residents the manga community in Tara ba.

The legislature had said that the Cameroonian separatists had torn down the village.

Bwacha, the Taraba South Senate representative said separatist invasion threatened Nigeria’s territorial sovereignty motive is still unknown.

We have no alliance with Nnamdi Kanu, says Ambazonia Republic

In another report, Cameroonian freedom fighters, Ambazonia Republic, have stated that, contrary to popular belief, they have no relationship or alliance with Nnamdi Kanu and the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB).

The leader of the group, Dr. Sam Sako Ikome, made the statement during a virtual briefing on Friday, August 6th. He explained that southern Cameroon was under a brutal annexation of what should be a union of two equal states.