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Boko Haram neutralizes leader over allegations of heading rebel group



Boko Haram neutralizes leader over allegations of heading rebel group

The Jam’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihd terrorist group, often known as the Boko Haram sect, has allegedly accused one of its Amir Jaysh (Leaders), Abou Hassana, of inciting insurrection.

Abou Hassana and three of his alleged accomplices were killed in front of other militants at the Mandara Mountain in the Borno State local government of Gwoza.

After killing nearly 100 victims in one day a few years ago, Boko Haram once had complete control of Gwoza.


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According to Zagazola Makama, a security analyst and counter-insurgency expert in Lake Chad, Ali Ngulde, the second-highest ranking Boko Haram leader, ordered their execution after they were given death sentences for their crimes.

Abou Hassana was reportedly trying to raise an independent faction within Boko Haram to spearhead his own terror campaigns within the Koltafirgi village also known as Gaizuwa in Sambisa.

He was replaced by Alhaji Ari Hajja Fusam, an indigene of Bama who was leading the Boko Haram terrorists in Gaizuwa before they were dislodged by the Nigerian Military after they suffered heavy losses.


Alhaji Ari Hajja Fusam and Ba’a Issah were promoted to the ranks of Amir Fiye while Bakura Jega, a Former Nakib, was promoted to Khaid.

Muke, a 33 year old Khaid of Mandara Mountain, Ali Ghana, Khaid of Ngauri, located in the North of Banki, Abbah Tukur, and Abu Isa, are to maintain their positions as Khaids.

The Ali Ngulde Boko Haram group had suffered the devastating loss of its fighters and equipment from the Nigerian military troops of the Air Component and 202 Task Force Battalion Operation Hadin Kai in Grazah and Wa-Jahode, fringes of the Mandara Mountains.





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