Boko Haram militants take Chibok, Hong and Gombi

Terrorists kidnapped 276 Chibok schoolgirls in April

(ANSA) - Kano, November 14 - The Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram has taken control of the town of Chibok in northeastern Nigeria, Nigerian Senator Ali Ndume said Friday.
    Boko Haram militants kidnapped 276 Chibok schoolgirls in April.
    The group also seized control of Hong and Gombi, two towns in the state of Adamawa, after having been pushed out of the commercial center of Mubi, a city the militants had taken control of two weeks ago declaring it "the city of Islam".
    Boko Haram seeks to establish Nigeria as an Islamic state, and has in recent years been waging a violent war opposing Westernized education.


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