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Nigerian Army kills strong ISWAP commander, in a fierce gun battle.

A strong commander and leader of the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP), has been killed by the men of Nigerian soldiers. The dreaded terrorists leader, Malam Bako, succeeded Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, the son of Boko Haram founder, Mohammed Yusuf. 

This was disclosed on Thursday, October 21, by the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno. He confirmed that Nigerian soldiers have killed the terrorist new leader, Malam Bako. He said that Malam Bako, was killed on Tuesday, October 19, by the military. He also applauded the troops for their recent successful operations. 

He said that Malam Bako, is an ISWAP new leader, who assumed power, after the killing of the terrorist group’s former leader, Abu Musab Al-Barnawi. Monguno hailed the soldiers and said that in one month, the army have killed two ISWAP commanders. 

Monguno revealed that currently, the Islamic State of West African Province, is having leadership crisis.

“So the operations being conducted by the armed forces in the northern parts of the country put a lot of pressure on the Islamic State in West Africa Province, Boko Haram and also the tangential group, known as Islamic State in the Greatest Sahara”, Monguno said.

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