Cameroon:Bomb Strapped To 12 Year Old Girl Detonates Mosque,5 Worshippers Confirmed Dead

Share this!

5 church worshippers have been killed as a result of a bomb explosion when a lady carrying explosives walked into a church in Far North Region.

Reuters said the strapped lady had hallmarks of the Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram.

The lady who is about 12 years old walked into the Sanda-Wadjiri mosque of the Far North region at about 6am, Far North governor, Midjiyawa Bakary commented;

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

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

“The men were bowed in prayer when she came…Five of the worshippers were killed and the bomber also.”

This case adds to many others suspected to be carried out by Boko Haram. The terrorist group is noted for bugging children in its recent operations to strike its targets.

The group seeks to revive a medieval Islamic caliphate in the Lake Chad region where Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger and Chad meet.

Amnesty International revealed that that group has killed over 381 civilians in the past five months, over 160 being Cameroonians.

 

 

Hey ARREYB READERS !

Please take a minute to nominate us for the BDMA 2017 Awards to Cameroon digital and media personalities.

(Best Blogger, Best Online Magazine & Innovation of the year)

Just 3 easy steps

  1. Click Here To Nominate ARREYB’s BLOG
  2. Fill in ARREYB’s Blog/ARREYB as the case may be
  3. Give reason (s) why we should appear on the list; then nominate 

Thanks for your time to support us

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,

Share this!