According to BBC Hausa Service, members of the dreadful Boko Haram group have attacked Chibok town in Borno State again after they first attacked the quiet town in April 2014.
At the April 15 invasion of the town, the insurgents kidnapped over 200 students of the Government Girls Secondary School, GGSS, Chibok, Borno State. The girls were abducted at their dormitories at night.
Most of the schoolgirls are still being held by the terrorist group. Only few of them were able to escape when they were kidnapped by the group, who stormed their school in military uniforms and trucks.
BBC quoted Ali Ndume, a Senator from Borno State, as saying that security forces posted in Chibok took to their heel when the terrorists invaded the town.
Also, several residents of the town have abandoned their houses due to the attack.
Boko Haram has claimed some communities in the north-eastern region of Nigeria.
The Nigerian government has vowed to reclaim the areas under the rule of Boko Haram.