- Boko Haram has continued its campaign of terror in the Cameroon-Nigeria border area
- This is despite efforts by the Nigerian and Cameroonian military to completely wipe out the insurgents
- Another attack occurred in the area today, July 28
One civilian and four Boko Haram terrorists have been killed in a bomb attack in Meme, Mayo-Sava, Far North Cameroon.
The incident which happened a short while ago indicates that the insurgents still have a stronghold in the Cameroon-Nigeria border area.
This is despite the heavy military presence comprising both the Nigerian and Cameroonian forces.
The latest bomb attack was revealed by international investigative journalist and traditional ruler, Chief Bisong Etahoben, via his Twitter page.
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The incident is coming a barely day after three lecturers from the University of Maiduguri and three others on an oil exploration team in the Lake Chad Basin kidnapped by Boko Haram were found dead.
NAIJ.com gathered that no less than 12 soldiers were also killed in the attack by the insurgents.
Watch the NAIJ.com TV video report of the newly reopened Nyanya bus station in Abuja after it was bombed by Boko Haram: