- Six people are reportedly dead as a result of heavy fighting between Boko Haram militants and military men in Cameroon
- A Nigerian chief identified as Musa has also reportedly lost his life alongside his son in an attack by the militants
- The chief of Doglo and his son are said to be living in Cameroon as refugees
Six people have allegedly lost their lives today June 22 as Boko Haram attacked some areas in Cameroon.
Reports also have it that the terrorists have also engaged soldiers in a deadly fight.
According to reports, the chief of Doglo Village was killed alongside his son.
The dead chief identified as Musa is a Nigerian and was killed by the terrorists in Faje Fota. Cameroon.
They are allegedly living in Cameroon as refugees until they met their timely death in the hands of the terrorists.
Chief Bisong Etahoben made this known in his tweets.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com reported that the police command in Borno has confirmed the death of two persons in a suspected Boko Haram attack along the Maiduguri-Damboa highway.
Mr Damian Chukwu, the Borno police commissioner, who confirmed this on Tuesday, June 20, said that the dead persons included a police man and a truck driver.
“You would recall that since the Maiduguri-Damboa highway was reopened, motorists ply the road strictly on military escort.
“Initially it was only the military that provides the escort, but later the police was invited to join,” Chukwu said.
Watch a video report of the recently released Chibok girls by Boko Haram on NAIJ.com TV below: