At least 22 people have been killed in northern Cameroon due to the Skirmisher between farmers and herders
Cameroon, (PNB NEWS). A revival of blow-for-blow violence among herders and ranchers has killed at least 22 people and injured more than 30 others this week.
State officials added On Thursday, that local inhabitants had left the vicinity following the terrible fights.
We are on the brink of full-fledged intercommunal violence,” said a Cameroonian regional official”.
Hundreds of people have emigrated to Chad to avoid the Skirmisher in the locality, Ali Haroun, the mayor of N’Djamena, told Reuters.
A local leader in northern Cameroon told Reuters the brawl started over admittance to water. “The Arab Choa sought to move their cattle to the riverbank.
The Museum and Massa intercepted them “said the leader. That interception led to deadly conflict between the two sides.