There were early reports of an attack at the Rapid Intervention Unit in Noni by fighters loyal to Southern Anglophone activists, fighting to restore the State of former Southern Cameroon, the attack led to exchange of gun shots between the BIR elements and Ambazonia fighters.
The fighters are said to have changed location and were heading towards Fidvu when about three BIR vehicles arrived with reinforcement.
The shootings continued as locals fled into bushes for their safety.
A certain Ngala Ambloy has been arrested. Almost all hefty men have fled the villages where fighting intensified today, with military burning houses and properties of locals.
An uneasy calm has returned to Noni but the search for Ambazonia fighters has continued.
This is coming on the heels of continues fighting in Belo subdivision in Boyo division, North West region of Cameroon.
Speaking on anonymity, a human rights advocate told this reporter that “The whole place has been abandoned. People running to the forests and some trekking to Bamenda with children as young as 7 trekking for 3 days. My aunt, 76 years old almost died in the house I had to make arrangements to get her to me in Bamenda. We received 18 persons, women, young girls and boys and children at the Bishop's house on Wednesday.”