80 Nigerian Refugees Die From Cholera In Cameroon
Approximately 80 Nigerian refugees, who fled parts of Borno state in Nigeria due to the terror of Boko Haram insurgency have reportedly died from cholera in refugee camps in Cameroon.
The refugees, mainly from the Boko Haram enclave in Borno State, are scattered in Gawar, Zamay of Maroua camps in Cameroon, are said to be leaving in droves back to Nigeria.
The refugees were said to have fled from Haraza, Kunde, Tatsa, the flash points of early Boko Haram insurgency in Borno State
According to reports 40 of the dead were from Pulka, 30 from Ngoshe, Attagara, Agapaluwa and 10 from early migrants from the hills of Gwoza.