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Cameroonian soldiers

24 Oct
An alarm has been raised by the local council chairman of Kurmi in Taraba State, Amamzalla John Danladi Joseph over the alleged invasion of soldiers from the neighbouring Republic of Cameroon of some villages in his council.
27 Jul
Boko Haram islamists killed five Cameroonian soldiers and a civilian in an attack in the far north of the country, the defence ministry said Tuesday.
24 Jul
Boko Haram militants overrun an army base in Cameroon’s Far North region on Saturday, killing at least seven soldier...
15 Sep 2019
Nine other soldiers were injured in the attack carried out on a military post at Soueram near Fotokol in the Lake Chad region by armed men, an army officer and two high-ranking officials in the local administration told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity.
11 Feb 2018
The on-going unrest in neighbouring Cameroon between militants and Government forces continues to spill into border communities in Nigeria. Last week some Cameroon security forces raided Danare in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State ostensibly in search of militants.
31 Jan 2018
Cameroonian soldiers have invaded Nigerian communities in Cross River State, the second time in two months.


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