19 July 2014

Nigeria: Boko Haram Takes Over Damboa Town, Hoists Flags in Borno

Photo: Indepth Nigeria
Nigerian militant group Boko Haram (file photo).

Boko Haram sect has finally taken over Damboa town in Southern Borno with the hoisting of a flag.

Members of the sect have displaced the Nigeria Army Barrack in the town.

With the hoisting of the flag on Saturday morning, the sect has shown its conquest of the town which is strategic, being on the Biu/Maiduguri road and making the major highways to Maiduguri impassable. Details to follow


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