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Attacks from Boko Haram militants are hurting the economies of Chad and northern Cameroon. The militants often attack trucks bringing goods to the central African nations. Some of the goods come from Borno state in nearby Nigeria. Borno state is currently under the control of the Islamist militants. Naffissa Adja works at one of the most popular stores in N’djamena, the capital of Chad. She says the store has not received supplies from Borno state for several months. Business is slow because of attacks on the trucks that transport supplies. Tocba Haman is a truck driver. He says he no longer goes to Nigeria for supplies because Boko Haram targets trucks and kills drivers. Abdoul Said works as a customs official in Chad. He says Boko Haram recently attacked trucks in Gambarou, a Nigerian town on the border with Cameroon. He says Boko Haram fighters have attacked and seized many vehicles in recent weeks. Abba Kabbir is a member of Cameroon’s national assembly. He says the economies of northern Cameroon and Chad are suffering because the militants control the roads in Nigeria. Simple goods and manufactured products like telephones and farming tools enter Chad on these roads. He says if Boko Haram continues to control the border roads, economic activity will continue to be weak in Chad, northern Cameroon and parts of northeastern Nigeria. He says he and others are calling on the military to stop the militants and their attacks.