Sep 30, 2022

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Full List of ISWAP Commanders Gunned Down by Nigerian Soldiers – Legit.ng

The notorious international terrorist organization ISIS has released a list of Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) commanders who were gunned down by Nigerian soldiers.< /p>

Nigerian troops, according to the Daily Trust

Soldiers had stormed the terrorist camp, which housed more than 3,000 fighters from Boko Haram’s Abubakar Shekau faction. The fighters joined ISWAP after the terrorist sect killed Shekau in 2021.

It became known that the troops and the terrorists were engaged in a firefight that more lasted more than three hours. Two terrorist commanders were reportedly arrested by the troops.

“Two terrorists were captured alive. During their testimony, they confessed that the camp was run by top commanders led by a certain Abu Ikilima. Three khayds (governors), three munzul (commanding officers), 1 nakib (commander) of Boko Haram as well as several other militants were neutralized,” the Daily Trust quoted a source as saying.

In a video released by ISIS, the names of the assassinated ISWAP commanders were released.

They are:

  1. Abu Musab al-Yobawi
  2. Abu Nu’man al-Amni
  3. Abu Abdullah al-Barnawi
  4. Abu ‘Ammara al-Barnawi
  5. Abu Anas al- I’alami
  6. Abdul Malik al-Barnawi
  7. Abu Sufyan al-I’alami
  8. Sheikh Abu Bakr al-Da’wi
  9. Abu Usama Goneri
  10. Abu Sa’d al-Ansari
  11. Abu Jabbar al-Barnawi
  12. Abu Anas al-Barnawi
  13. < li>Abu Abdul Rahman al-Katsanawi

  14. Abu Maryam al-Gaidami
  15. Abu Salman al-Ansari
  16. Baka Goneiri
  17. Abu Mustafa al-‘ Askari
  18. Farooq al-Barnawi
  19. Abu Ahmad al-I’alami
  20. Al-Qassim al-Barnawi
  21. Mustafa al-Barnawi
  22. Abbas al-Ansari
  23. Musa al -Ansari

Nigerian army discovers kidnapped Chibok schoolgirl in Borno

Meanwhile, Nigerian Army soldiers working in the 26 Task Force Brigade in Borno intercepted Mary Ngoshe and her son on Tuesday 14 June.

The woman was found in the Ngoshe area of ​​the state while troops were on patrol.

According to the Nigerian Army, Ngoshe is believed to be one of the girls abducted by GGSS Chibok in 2014. However, police said more exploits are ongoing.

Source: Legit.ng