Mission Network News | Nov. 19, 2018
Cameroon (MNN) — The stakes are high and believers are running out of places to go as Cameroon wages war on two fronts.
Illia Djadi – Africa Bureau Chief at World Watch Monitor – describes a Boko Haram insurgency in northern Cameroon. “Ministers in that area are not safe,” he notes. “They had to leave the area or [be] attacked, ransacked, set on fire, destroyed by Boko Haram.
“We had a number of stories of church ministers killed by Boko Haram. Attacked and killed.”
At the same time, government forces are fighting armed separatists in western Cameroon.