Boko Haram still a threat to refugees in Cameroon

Report
from IRIN
Published on 11 Jan 2017 View Original

By Mbom Sixtus
Freelance journalist based in Cameroon, and regular IRIN contributor

The Minawao refugee camp in the Far North Region, the poorest and least-developed province in Cameroon, is an inhospitable home for some 60,000 refugees of Nigeria’s Boko Haram conflict. A further 27,000 live precariously, often among struggling relatives and friends, closer to the insecure border.

Ayuba Fudama pulls up the sleeve of his T-shirt to reveal a bullet wound on his arm then hikes up the front and turns around to show yet more scars.

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