Anglophone Crisis: Cameroonian Refugees In Nigeria Refuse Returning Home - ARREYB

Anglophone Crisis: Cameroonian Refugees In Nigeria Refuse Returning Home

Share this!

By Lopty Pascal on ARREYB

Cameroonian refugees in Taraba state Nigeria have said it is not safe returning home and moved ahead to appeal for help from the Nigerian government. 

Online reports have attested the painful experience these refugees faced and how they fleed from harsh conditions, military torture and brutalisation.

Everyone else is reading this book except you. Click and Download your copy now! 

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

 Click, Download now ! How To Make Money, Build Right Relationships With Social Media by Arrey Bate

This has increased the population of Nigeria and her government has incured several expenditures since Taraba is camping over 250,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs). 

These IDPs comprise both camps from  Boko Haram attacks and those from the Anglophone struggle in Cameroon. 

Reports say Borno and Adamawa state constitute almost 50,000 IDPs out of the total figure. 

.

.

.

Thousands read and trust ARREYB News Reports. You too should! 

Because You're Here ...

  Since 2017, we have staked our lives and time to provide tailor-made news reports to our readers from war zones and hot political rivalries in Cameroon - And we have done so for free. As a small online media now reaching over 100,000 monthly readers on all our platforms, we have to rely on hiring/paying members to help keep you all informed. We do this because we believe it is the right thing to do at this time in Cameroon.   We have received many comments from supportive readers asking how they can contribute. The best way is simply to support our online reporting by considering a measly sum for our team on the ground as little as $1. Every contribution, however big or small, is so valuable for our future. Now you can make a donation to us, it only takes one click   Kind regards, Arrey
 

Share this!
ARREYB
 

We focus on reporting news, politics, press freedom and human rights stories ARREYB Media is quoted by BBC Monitoring, BBC Focus On Africa, British Council, Infinity Blog Awards USA, politicians on all sides, newspapers and happy ARREYB readers We speak truth to power, check government excesses and push for communities. Founded by Arrey Bate, Cameroonian Journalist, Blogger and Online Consultant ( contact@arreyb.com )

ARREYB MediaRelax, we will break the news to you before anyone else - it's FREE
>