3, October 2017
Three people were killed on Monday morning in Mozogo, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Far North region, in a suicide bombing attack attributed to Boko Haram.
Cameroon Concord News gathered that the attack took place on Monday 02 October shortly after 5:30 am (4:30 am GMT), in front of two different mosques. In one of the mosques, a man in his sixties was killed with the suicide bomber who triggered his explosive device.
In the second mosque, only the suicide bomber was reportedly killed. “He blew himself up before entering the mosque, which is what avoided a carnage.
The Nigerian islamic sect Boko Haram has not claim responsibility for this double attack. The French Cameroun authorities are maintaining a kind of deliberate silence as all attention has been channeled to the heavy military deployment in Southern Cameroons.
By Sama Ernest, CCN