Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, Dreaded ISWAP Leader, Confirmed Dead Haram Launch Fresh Attack

ISWAP, Boko Haram at war in Borno, ISWAP KIlls two Boko Haram Leaders

Abou Hamza (Munzir) and Abou Ibrahim (Nakib), two Boko Haram officials, were killed by the Islamic State of the West African Province (ISWAP) as they invaded the strongholds of the opposing party on September 17, 2022, at midnight in Gaizuwa in the Bama Local Government.

Their bodies were discovered in their residences early on September 18th, it was assumed that the two Commanders had been killed by the ISWAP in covert operations.

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Before the most recent attack, according to Zagazola Makama, a counterinsurgency expert and security analyst in Lake Chad, Boko Haram had sworn to exact retribution for the deaths of 29 terrorists, including a key commander ambushed by the ISWAP militants.

According to reliable sources, Boko Haram later invited around 70 men from the Mafa, Karkut, Shiwai, Lawe Kanuriye, Kirwa, and Amtifur axis to aid them in carrying out the ISWAP retaliation.

Before departing from Gaizuwa, they split up into two groups, according to the informant.

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However, the ISWAP opened up heavy fire on them once again before they reached the ISWAP stronghold, killing an unknown number of them.

He claimed that while many of the Boko Haram fighters were killed or injured, some were taken alive, and their weapons were recovered.

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