ISWAP/Boko Haram Fighting Claims, Number 23 As Executioner in Chief, Family Surrender


ISWAP/Boko Haram Fighting Claims, Number 23 As Executioner in Chief, Family Surrender
In the most recent battle for domination between the deadly sects, no fewer than 23 militants from the Jam'at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da'wah wa'l-Jihd Boko-Haram were slain in an ambush by its affiliate Islamic State of the West African Province (ISWAP).

A ferocious battle between the late Abubakar Shekau Boko Haram branch and the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) on Thursday resulted in the deaths of a commander only known as "Kundu" and other fighters, as previously reported by INFOGONG.

This happened shortly after the ISWAP and eight terrorists, among them a middle rank commander known only as "Kundu," were ambushed and murdered on Thursday.

According to a source, the ISWAP raided another JAS camp in Bula Shaitan and Kolori, which is situated between Bama and Konduga, and killed 23 terrorists.

According to the source, Ba'ana Chingori of ISWAP led a huge contingent of well armed militants who stormed the Boko Haram camp on motorbikes and fully drove them out after an hour-long battle.

Both instances were corroborated by Zagazola Makama, a security analyst and counterinsurgency specialist in the Lake Chad region.

Our correspondent also learned that Bashir Bulabuduwaye, the group's chief executioner who was in charge of killing all kidnapped people the group denounced, had turned himself in to Nigerian security forces. Bulabuduwaye was a member of the Jam'at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da'wah wa'l-Jihd, also known as Boko-Haram.

According to reports, he turned himself in along with his wives and children, who made up his immediate family.

He and his family reportedly turned himself in to Operation Hadin Kai soldiers on Monday in Banki, Bama Local Government Area, Borno State.

In May 2021, a section of fighters from the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) invaded the terrorist group's stronghold in the Sambisa forest area, killing the Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau. According to Makama, Bulabuduwaye was one of the commanders who fled.

Makama stated that the fighter "broke away after refusing to swear allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS) to construct a camp in Kote village in the Banki axis, where he was sheltering with fellow fighters."

He continued by saying that Bulabuduwaye and his group of executors had killed at least 1,000 people who had been apprehended and given death sentences.


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