source :http://www.voanews.com/content/boko-haram-still-lives-but-are-able-to-hide-in-nigeria-elsewhere-in-region/2948978.htmlThe fanatic gathering Boko Haram keeps on killing several individuals every month with assaults crosswise over northeastern Nigeria. In the meantime, investigators say it's difficult to tell where the warriors are based, as the gathering seems to control practically no region.
The Nigerian armed force reported for the current week that it had recovered the town of Gamboru Ngala, along the Cameroonian outskirt, from Boko Haram. What stays misty is when they lost control of it.
The town was possessed by Boko Haram early this year, however then was retaken amid a multi-country hostile that brought about the activists losing a large portion of the region they had seized.
Sooner or later after, Boko Haram overran Gamboru once more.
Rabe Abubakar, a representative for Nigeria's military, said, "They arrived, you know, for a few months prior to this most recent [offensive] against them."
Abubakar said Boko Haram doesn't control some other towns in Nigeria. Be that as it may, as the current week's fight in Gamboru Ngala demonstrates, the gathering stays a long way from wrapped up.
The governors of Borno and Yobe states in the upper east said in July the activists still controlled five nearby government ranges in their states. Despite everything they're attacking remote towns, killing many individuals every month.
President Muhammadu Buhari a month ago gave Nigeria's top military officers three months to vanquish Boko Haram.
Michael Clyne, senior examiner at Drum Cussac said that has put the military under weight to declare triumphs against the gathering.
"We may well … keep on seeing reports that the military has quote, retaken region from Boko Haram, region that we didn't know was held in any case," said Clyne.
In spite of front line misfortunes prior this year, Boko Haram keeps up an expansive battling constrain that is ready to cover up along Nigeria's upper east fringe, as per Clyne. That will demonstrate a test for the military.
"So it may very well turned into a round of whack-a-mole, where you defeat out warriors from a sure territory, just to have them wind up in somewhere else," said Clyne.
Troops from Chad, Cameroon, Niger and Benin should join Nigeria soon in battling the gathering. Clyne said it will take years of advancement and employment creation in the upper east, on the other hand, to end the uprising