Reports have it that Boko Haram insurgents are now in control of 25 towns in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa.
According to reports, terrorist sect, Boko Haram has now taken over 25 towns in the North-East.
The Catholic Church, according to ThisDay, gave a list of the towns in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa that are now under the control of the sect.
They are: Damboa, Buni Yadi, Madagali, Gwoza, Gujba, Gulak, Bama, Gulani, Shuwa, Marte, Kukawa, Michika, Dikwa, Bularafa, Bazza, Gamboru Ngalla, Buni Gari, Banki, Bara, Pulka, Bumsa, Ashgashiya, Taltaba, Limankara and Njibulwa.
The church also reportedly added that the state capital, Maiduguri is at danger of also being overrun by the militants.
A coalition of non-governmental organizations also said earlier that Michika and Bazza in Adamawa are still under the sect’s control and have not been retaken by the Nigerian Army as widely stated.