(World Watch Monitor) — After a period of relative calm, the Far North region of Cameroon, along the Nigerian border, has witnessed an upsurge of attacks by Boko Haram in recent days.
On Aug. 17, a church elder was killed in a night raid carried out by the radical Islamist group on Moskota village.
Adamu Nguda, formerly a church elder in Mouldougwa, was displaced to live as an IDP to Moskota.
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