Boko Haram, ISWAP unite after Shekau’s death, plans jihad


Following a recent peace pact between the two groups, top commanders of and the Islamic State of West Africa Province () have agreed to collaborate in jihad.

The talks took place one month after Abubakar Shekau, a former Boko Haram member, blew himself up during a violent clash with .

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In a 13-minute video obtained by PRNigeria, the terrorists banded together.

They made friendly comments while placing their hands on top of one another.

They swore allegiance to Aba Ibrahim Al-Hashimiyil Khuraishi, who was unanimously proclaimed ‘Khalifan Muslimai’ (The Leader of all Muslims).

Four and ISWAP commanders pledged their allegiance. They conversed in Arabic, Hausa, English, and Fulfulde, among other languages.

In his remarks, one of them confirmed that Nigerian intelligence services played a significant role in dividing their camps.

Another expressed gratitude to Khuraishi for the pact and stated that members of the sects should be pleased with the reunion.

With a rifle around his neck, an ISWAP fighter declared, “What is left now is Jihad.” We will not give up the fight against the nonbelievers. All the sceptics have gotten themselves into trouble.”



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