Connect with us

Ambazonian soldiers kill 20 in Boki, Cross River

Victorious

Published

on

Follow
NAIJA NEWS: Ambazonian soldiers kill 20 in Boki, Cross River [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl

At least 20 Cameroonians have been killed by Ambazonian soldiers who are fighting for independence in Southwest Cameroon.



Eyewitnesses in Boki village in Nigeria said the Ambazonian soldiers crossed into the Nigeria community near Bashu in Boki LGA of Cross River State to attack their compatriots who fled and refused to join them to intensify the fight against President Paul Biya's government.

Chief Cletus Obun, a one-time member of the Cross River House of Assembly and an aspirant to the House of Reps for Boki/Ikom federal constituency, confirmed the incident.

“I can confirm that the Ambazonian soldiers crossed the Nigerian border on Sunday morning to attack their compatriots who fled into Nigeria and refused to join their forces to fight." They killed nearly 20. No one is sure yet if amongst those killed, there are Nigerian citizens. ”

According to Chief Obun, the remaining Cameroonians in the community, who also speak the Bokye language of the Boki people of Nigeria, have now flooded Bashu community, not far from Danare community, where Nigerian troops have a small camp.

However, the Public Relations Officer of 13 Brigade of the Nigerian Army in Calabar, Captain Tope Aluko, said she contacted their Officer of Operations and he said they did not receive such a report.

Click Here To Comment




Ojo Sunday Victor, A Professional Graphics Designer, and a skilled Content Writer in Entertainment, News and Sport Update.!An Undergraduate in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH, Ogbomoso). Read More

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Be first to comment


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Naija News

Lady arrested With 3 IED in Cross Rivers

Piroll

Published

on

NAIJA NEWS: Lady arrested With 3 IED in Cross Rivers [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl
It was a landmark feat for the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Cross River when the personnel of the agency arrested a 31-year-old woman named Aniebet John, with three suspected Improvised Explosive Devices.When parading the suspect in Calabar yesterday, the Commandant of NSCDC in the state, Mr Samuel Fadeyi said she was arrested on June 25.Fadeyi said that the suspect was arrested with the three explosives including three connecting components.A...
Continue Reading

Naija News

Bobrisky, James Brown, others risk six months jail as Reps move to ban Cross Dressing

Victorious

Published

on

NAIJA NEWS: Bobrisky, James Brown, others risk six months jail as Reps move to ban Cross Dressing [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl
Crossdressing is prohibited in Nigeria, according to a bill submitted in the Nigerian House of Representatives.Umar Muda, a member of the House of Representatives, proposed the new measure.The bill, which was read aloud on the House floor on Tuesday, April 5, wants to outlaw cross-dressing, save for those who do it for fun.Popular crossdressers like Bobrisky, James Brown, and others could face six months in prison if this new ban becomes law.The bill aims to alter t...
Continue Reading

Naija News

Government Permits Cross-over Night Service

Ziyech

Published

on

NAIJA NEWS: Government Permits Cross-over Night Service [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl
The Oyo state government has permitted cross-over service in the state.In a statement released by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Taiwo Adisa, Governor Makinde stated that the 12 am to 4 am curfew earlier imposed on states by the Federal Government has been lifted.The statement reads“Following a review of the pronouncement of the Technical Team of the Task Force on COVID-19 in Oyo State on 29th December 2020, His Excellency, the Executive Governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde...
Continue Reading

Latest


Download Naijacrawl App today

Fastest way to read on the go

Download the Naijacrawl App.