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Cameroonian gendarmes invade Cross River community.

Cameroonian gendarmes, who claimed they were fighting Cameroonian militants taking refuge in the community, numbering about eighty were late Monday night said to have crossed the international border between Nigeria and Cameroon and invaded Danare, a settlement in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State.
Cameroonian gendarmes from Bodam community had, in October 2017, invaded Danare, killing two farmers, noting also that the gendarmes from Cameroon had in December, 2017, abducted five persons from Danare on the claims that they were suspected youths involved in the fight for the creation of Ambazonia in the Cameroon Republic.
However, the Cross River State Security Adviser, Jude Ngaji said the matter was being handled at the highest level of government in the country.
It is reported that there are well over 5, 000 Cameroonian refugees seeking asylum in Danare 1 and 2 communities following the unrest in the southern part of Cameroon.
AmarSim Associations Development Consultants

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