Islamists Step Up Barbarism in Nigeria, Cameroon
A suicide bomber killed four people in Nigeria and wounded dozens Sunday in an attack on a bus station in Potiskum, according to a Nigerian media outlet.
"(The bomber) slowed his car twice... some distance from the bus station,? and he suddenly increased speed and rammed into buses lined up waiting for passengers," local trader Umar Sani said.
And in neighboring Cameroon, Boko Haram reved up it's level of barbaric attacks.
The group invaded the villages of Maki and Mada near the city of Mokolo in Cameroon's Far North region, killing three people and carrying out its largest-ever kidnapping.
Cameroon's Information Minister Issa Tchiroma Bakary said between 30 to 50 people were adbucted and 80 houses destroyed.
"We are dealing with barbaric people. Nothing can prevent them from assasinating," he explained.
Boko Haram has been recruiting in Cameroon and other African countries.