To deal with the growing waves of suicide attacks, authorities in Cameroon decided to dig a massive defense mechanism. This task fell on the Rapid Intervention Brigade, the elite unit of the Cameroon army. They dug a trench that will run for about 100 kilometres, to keep Boko Haram from advancing.
Measuring four metres wide and three metres deep, its the latest anti-terror defense mechanism devised by the Rapid Intervention Brigade.
Real time monitoring systems and radars will be installed and controlled from this facility nearby.
The Cameroonians take the security of their country very serious.