At least three people were killed in two attacks by suspected members of terror group Boko Haram on Friday night and Saturday morning in Cameroon’s Far North region, a local source told Xinhua.
According to a member of the local vigilance committee contacted by Xinhua, the first incursion occurred late Friday night in the Mayo-Moskota sub-division bordering Nigeria, when suspected Boko Haram members broke into the locality of Zeneme and killed two persons.
A second incursion into the same sub-division resulted in the death of a resident of the locality of Kerawa-Mafa.
The Far North of Cameroon has seen a resurgence of terrorist violence in recent days towards the end of the year.
Early last week, three civilians were killed in two Boko Haram attacks in this troubled region.