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Boko Haram Slaughters 10 Cameroonians, Burn Down Houses 

By Yerima Kini Nsom

The Boko Haram terrorist group has killed 10 Cameroonians in the villages of Achigachia and Gnam Gnam in the Far North Region.
A source in the area told The Post that Boko Haram first captured the people, tortured them before slaughtering them like animals. They reportedly burnt down houses in both villages.
Security sources confirmed press reports that the terrorists slaughtered seven people in Achigachia which is just about three kilometers from the Waza National Park in the Far North. They equally snuffed off the lives of three people in Gnam Gnam village.
Meanwhile, two students in Lima village near Limani in the Mayo Sava Division were found dead last January 26. Eyewitnesses say they were slaughtered by the Boko Haram elements.
Meantime, the 2,500 Chadian Troops that joined the Cameroon Defence forces recently, have been combing every nook and cranny for Boko Haram elements. The combined troops recently stormed Fotokol near the Cameroon-Nigeria borders after Boko Haram reported fired several rockets into the locality, stirring panic. The forces are said to have smoked the insurgents out of the Gamburu area.
The international community has declared an all-out war against Boko Haram. Last week the President of Benin, Boni Yayi, decided to send 700 soldiers to join the fight against Boko Haram.
The Civil Society, the Post learned, will organise a march to demonstrate its disapproval against the activities of Boko Haram. Beside, denouncing the killings of the terrorist group, the civil society organisations are also marching to condemn some Western countries that have been secretly bankrolling the activities of the insurgents. The youth of Cameroon, will be demonstrating on February 7, against the diabolic activities of the sect.
Although officials of some countries met in Niger recently to chart a common strategy against Boko Haram, they are yet to start any action in the field.

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