Unicef says 425 people killed, 600 arrested, 21 200 asylum seeker, 160 800 internally displaced, 58 schools damaged and 32 900 children out of school in the ongoing anglophone crisis

The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund in Cameroon has given a run down of the casualities of the ongoing Anglophone crisis that started since October 2016.

In a recent release, UNICEF reported that 425 people including 142 civilians have died during the crisis, 600 persons arrested including unknown numbe of children, 21 200 asylum sekers in Nigeria, 160 000 internally displaced persons, 58 schools damaged and 32 900 children are out of school due to the crisis.

Read details in the release below.

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