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Following security challenges in Borno State, thousands of residents living in Ashigashiyaand other mountainous communities in Gwoza local Government area of the state ,have moved into towns and villages in neighbouring Cameroun, vowing never to return to Nigeria.
Cross section of fleeing Nigerians in Ashigashiya town,Gwoza LGA, in Borno state following the Boko Haram crisis. Photo Ndahi Marama
Our Correspondent who accompanied the Deputy Governor of Borno State, Alhaji Zanna Umar Mustapha toAshigashiya town, a border community with the Republic of Cameroun, gathered that over 15,000 residents have crossed the river boundary into Cameroun, insisting they will not return to their community.
How sure are they that they would be welcomed where they're going? I think there would be fight for land.
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