Nigerians in Cameroon Call for Help After Separatist Attacks

Joseph Ukah Mbila, president of the Nigerian Union in Yaounde, says they have taken in at least 100 Nigerians who fled the crisis in the south west and north west regions of the country. He says many of them were kidnapped and released only after ransoms were paid.

Nigerians and Cameroonians pray for peace in Cameroon, at Saint Joseph's Anglophone Parish in Cameroon's capital, Yaounde, Sept. 6, 2019.

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