19 civilians have died and 16 others injured in a suicide bomb attack in the Far North region of Cameroon.
The incident occurred last weekend in the locality of Mayo Moskota.
According to a release signed by the head of communication at the ministry of defense, Atonfack Nguemo Guemo Cyrille, the incident that occurred in
Nguetchewe village, Mayo Moskota Subdivision in Mayo-Tsanaga Division, was carried out by two suicide bombers who also died in the act.
The communication boss added that the aircraft A C130 Air that went off the runway on Sunday August 2 was on a mission to the tragic scene.
According to reports, the plane missed the airport tarmac and crashed into a bush.
However, no dead was recorded but many got injured.
Many lives have been lost in the Far North region of Cameroon since the escalation of the Boko Haram war in 2014.
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