60,000 Nigerians flee Boko Haram for Cameroon town
April 08, 2015
Fleeing militants of the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram, 60,000 Nigerians have taken refuge in Narwa, a town in northern Cameroon.
“We saw [an] unimaginable number of Nigerian refugees,” said Bishop Stephen Yama of Yola, Nigeria, who visited a refugee camp in coordination with the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon.
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