Boko Haram Since Chibok Kidnappings : Not Much Has Changed?

 Video: 2014  Complete Translation of Imam Abubakar Shekau (Boko Haram) Video Release May 5, 2014 - Claiming Credit for Mass Abductions (Primary Resource)IntroductionSince the kidnapping of the Chibock-girls more than 500 people have been killed in various locations by Boko Haram. These incidents indicates a Boko Haram strategy, whereby the mass-kidnapping of the Chibock girls serves as a diversion tactic, with Nigerian forces supported by International and regional deployments focussed on releasing the girls, leaving the northern Nigeria exposed to Boko Haram attacks. Incidents following the Chibock-girls indicates a tactic of attempts to gain territorial gains in the Gwoza territorial region. Attacks are followed by the hoisting of Boko Haram's black flags in villages. Boko Haram for the first time seems set on seeking full control over these areas. What remains outstanding is for Boko Haram to introduce alternative government structures in villages more recently…

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