“The initial figures speak of 10 dead, including the suicide bombers, and around a dozen wounded,” a senior Cameroonian army commander said on Saturday.
One of the female attackers set off her explosives outside the house of a local chief in the village of Nigue near the town of Fotokol, located on the border with Nigeria, on Saturday.
The attack killed the local chief and four members of his family, regional governor Midjiyawa Bakari said.
Boko Haram militants often carry out terrorist attacks in Fotokol.
The Takfiri militants claim their main objective is to overthrow the Abuja government.
Boko Haram’s crimes include bombings, terrorist operations and militant attacks, not only in the group’s birthplace, Nigeria, but also in Cameroon and neighboring Chad, as well as other African nations.
The militancy by the terrorist group which started in 2009 has so far claimed the lives of at least 17,000 people and made more than 1.5 million displaced.
Human rights group Amnesty International said last month that at least 1,600 people have been killed in attacks carried out by Boko Haram militants since the start of June.
The group added that at least 3,500 civilians have also been killed by Boko Haram so far this year.