Boko Haram Takes Over Gamboru, Ngala Towns in Borno StateFeatured, Latest News, Uncategorized Monday, August 25th, 2014
The rampaging Boko Haram insurgents Monday again took over Gamboru and Ngala, another key towns in Borno state, in the Nigeria – Cameroon border.
In the fresh attack, insurgents first stormed army barracks, proceeded to Ngala and subsequently advanced to to Gamboru town, without restriction, except a deafening bomb eruption by the the Nigerian Air Force jet, after several minutes of air surveillance.
African Examiner correspondent reported that, the insurgents after the blast resorted to house to house raiding.
The latest invasion is barely 24 hours to yesterday’s (Sunday) secession declaration of Gwoza town by the insurgents’s leader, Abubakar Shekau in a video clip, saying the enclave has ceased to be part of Nigeria, with the group’s flag hoisted.
The Defence headquarters Spokesperson, Major General Chris Olukolade has however described the declaration as empty.
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