Maiduguri - Three people have been confirmed killed by suspected members of the radical Boko Haram sect in in a fresh cross-border attack in northern Cameroon.
The sect in the attack, which occurred on Monday also kidnapped 12 people, reports NewsDay.
Eye witness account said members of the sect numbering about 20 who were looking for food supplies attack the Cameroonian village of Greya and stole all the food stocks they could find.
To scare away residents of the village, the insurgents killed three and abducted a dozen others.
They also burned down the village’s primary school before leaving the town.
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