Boko Haram yesterday turned their attentions to Cameroon and reportedly sent eleven persons to their early graves. The sect attacked a bus in Far-North Region bordering Nigeria, according to an army sources.
All the victims of the Thursday's attack were male and the attacked bus was taken away by the militants. "There were women in the bus but they were spared the ill fate," the source told Xinhua over phone.
In a related incident, over a dozen of truck drivers were killed in Mora in Far-North Region of the of Cameroon by suspected militant group on Tuesday.
The mode of operations by the the militants, who had recently become active in the north of Cameroon, is raiding of villagers, pillaging of properties, and sometimes taking foreign and local people as hostages.
More troops was added by the Cameroonian government to strengthen the military in 2014.