SOLDIERS KILLED WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN CAMEROON

SOLDIERS KILLED WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN CAMEROON

Cameroonian soldiers fired shots at women and children accused of being Boko Haram terrorists. After beating and dragging them to an area for execution, they blindfold and shoot them dead.

In French, the soldiers were heard saying to the little kids that they are sorry but their parents brought this upon them. One soldier spreads so many bullets on the dead body of a kid tied to her mother’s back that another soldier begs him to stop.

“It’s enough. Enough. Enough, they are already dead,” he says.

When one soldier realizes that a girl tied to her mother’s back is still alive, he shoots her point blank many times.

The incident occured in Cameroon’s far north where Boko Haram has been wreaking havoc for close to four years. but details remained sketchy.

The video, released on the social media, did not say exactly when the incident took place, but one soldier is seen narrating the ordeal, capturing everything on video and blaming the victims for bing “BH” or Boko Haram terrorists or sympathizers.

The government of Cameroon has opened an investigation into the authenticity of a video circulating on social media platforms which shows armed men, presumed Cameroonian soldiers, executing two women and their children, accused of being accomplices of the Nigerian jihadist group Boko Haram.

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