His father was similarly killed by the Nigerian security operatives in 2009 while he was trying to rebel against the government and security forces.
Abu Musab Al-Barnawi was reportedly trained by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and he was in charge of many territories which he tasked daily to get finances in the Northeast region.
Having controlled vast territories in the Lake Chad region, the vicious Boko Haram leader identified as Abu Musab Al-Barnawi was also in good relationship with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The jihadist group identified as ISIS also helps in financing the activities of Abu Musab Al-Barnawi regardless of the money he gets from fishing in the Lake Chad area.
His death is among the recent achievement recorded by the Nigerian military in the fight against insurgency.
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