No matter how great a nation is, there is every tendency that there are people who would always try to cause havoc. Over the years, Nigeria has had her fair share of criminal activities. However, crimes don't just happen, there must be someone or a group of persons who perpetrated it.
Before the second leader of the Boko Haram terrorists group was announced to have eventually died, the statistics of the deadly deeds he championed stood at about 40,000 deaths, as well as millions of others who were injured and displaced respectively. Abubakar Shekau Even before Shekau took over as the leader of the proscribed sect in 2009, it had already caused pockets of public unrests.
According to a recent news shared by @Hum Angle, it was revealed how members of Boko Haram allegedly engaged in an Inter- rivary clash, they attacked and inflicted a huge casualty on the camp of ISWAP. Reports claims that Bakura Buduma, a loyalist of late Boko Haram commander leader, Abubakar Shekau, led a reprisal war on the camp of ISWAP located in Kaddunan Ruwa and Kaiga, a fishing village between Nigeria and Niger borders.
It's no longer news that, the Nigerian military chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Irabor, had confirmed the death of Abu Musab al-Barnawi, leader of the insurgent group known as Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP). However, in this article are five things you need to know about the late ISWAP leader.
The Boko Haram terrorist organisation has recently adopted the means of using elderly people in their propaganda videos to create tension and generate unnecessary public reactions. What instigated the terror group towards starting these dubious tactics?. Most of the elderly people were abducted from their ancestral homes and forced to join the terror group against their wishes.
With each attack on Nigerians, the Boko Haram extremists have tormented the country and proven that they want to bring it down. After ISWAP fighters surrounded him this year, their leader, Abubakar Shekau, committed suicide. He saw it as his only option because he couldn't risk going to jail.
Even in this new era of Nigeria, which celebrated its 61st independence yesterday, the Boko Haram extremists are still hell-bent on terrorizing the country. Though its main leader, Abubakar Shekau, has been defeated, the faction is still led by several commanders, one of which is Abubakar Dan Buduma.
Over the past few years, the Nigerian government has been in a fierce battle with Boko Haram, a religious sect that is against western education. The insurgents have carried several abductions of students in the North and suicide bombings as well. The militants went as far as making mockery of the Nigerian army by making an open display of ammunition captured reportedly from the soldiers.
As it is known, since the start of the existence of the Boko Haram Terrorist group in 2002, it has been in pursuit of two major goals. They are to; challenge the Western style of education, and islamise the entire NigerIa. And it is a known fact that the Terrorists have been constituting nuisance of different facets to the residents of the North, especially those in the North-East, as they strive hard to actualise their anti-social motives, albeit they are no true ambassadors of the islamic religion.
On April 14, 2014, about 276 girls were abducted in Chibok, northeastern Borno State and according to reports, the students who were aged 16-18 as at the time of their abduction are mostly Christian Female Students and this ungodly act of kidnapping was condemned by the former First Lady of Nigeria, Dame Patience Jonathan who broke down in tears while reacting to the abduction of Chibok Girls by Boko Haram terrorists.
The ISWAP Terrorists Are Now Using Propaganda To Set The People Against The ISWAP Terrorists Are Now Using Propaganda To Set The People Against The Troops
Although, the ISWAP terrorists group is an offshoot of Boko Haram, they are now a merger. And this is upon the death of Abubakar Shekau who was the leader of the latter. Notwithstanding the amalgamation of the two insurgent factions, the boko Haram members are allegedly not being treated well by their ISWAP partners.
As they train bandits in the North West, B/Haram may be planning another attack on the Nigerian Army
The Boko Haram insurgents have always tormented the nation and proved they seek her downfall with each attack they launch towards Nigerians. This year, their leader since 2009, known as Abubakar Shekau, committed suicide after ISWAP fighters surrounded him. He saw it as the only option because he couldn't risk going to jail.
The Nigerian troops have proven they are doing all they can to fight insurgence in the country, we shall be looking at 2 notorious leaders of Boko Haram/ ISWAP, Who have now been either killed or arrested. 1. Abu Musa Al Barnawi He was the leader of Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP).
How El-Rufai's Recent Claims About ISWAP Contradicted Earlier Reports Of Boko Haram's Allegiance To Them
Following the advancement of terrorism in the country despite the relentless efforts of the Nigerian military towards ensuring that insurgency is subdued and annihilated, the able governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai has come out to disclose how the ISWAP (Islamic State West African Province) terrorist sect are now chasing out Boko Haram (BH) insurgents from the North-East part of the region to the North-West.
The fate of all terrorist leaders from the Futajalon down to the Sahel. It's only a matter of time. According to the Daily Trust report, the leader of the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), Abu Musab Al-Barnawi has been killed in Borno State.
The leader of the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, has been reportedly killed according to the media. The reports have it that he was killed in the last week of August. Al-Barnawi was the son of the founder of Boko Haram, Mohammed Yusuf, who took up arms against the Nigerian state in 2009.Security forces, however, killed Yusuf and more than a thousand of his disciples during the insurrection in the same year.
Popular political analyst and public figure Joe Igbokwe recently took to his official Facebook handle to react to the recent news of the death of Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, who was leader of the terrorist group known as the Islamic State West Africa Province(ISWAP). Joe Igbokwe and assassinated ISWAP leader Abu Musab Al-Barnawi:
The President Muhammadu Buhari administration has finally been justified over its persistent claim that it is winning the war against insurgency following the death of leader of the dreaded Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorist group, Abu Musab Al-Barnawi. President Muhammadu Buhari and Abu Musab Al-Barnawi
Former Minister of Aviation, Dr. Femi Fani Kayode has taken to his social media handles to react to the death of the vicious leader of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP), Habib bin Yusuf who is popularly known as Abu Musab Al-Barnawi. Abu Musa Al-Barnawi is the son of the founder of Boko Haram, Mohammad Yusuf who died in 2009 in the hands of security forces after he was said to have launched a war against the Nigerian government.
Islamic State of West African Province psychological oppressor bunch (ISWAP) has initiated an enormous enrollment drive. This comes after the passing of Boko Haram pioneer, Abubakar Shekau and resulting 'contrition' by large number of Boko Haram extremists. This was uncovered on Sunday by Army Public Relations Director, Brig.