Boko Haram retaliates commander’s death, kills ISWAP fighters in Lake Chad

Boko Haram kills ISWAP fighters in Lake Chad

Last Updated on September 28, 2021 by Tobi

Boko Haram has retaliates after the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) executed a prominent Boko Haram commander, Abubakar Dogo Daawa, a few days ago.

ISWAP’s Modou Bashir Okocha led the assassination of Dogo Daawa, a prominent Abubakar Shekau lieutenant.

Boko Haram carried out a huge retaliation in the Lake Chad axis after the attack in the Sambisa forest. Bakoura Buduma was in charge of the group.

Bakoura Buduma currently commands a leading Boko Haram unit attempting to take over Lake Chad from ISWAP, following the appointment of Bakoura Salaba and Bakoura Doro as new leaders at Toumboun Gajimi.

Boko Haram insurgents congregated in Lelewa, Duwa, Wallal, and Hauwa Bulumwa villages around Niger Republic, according to a source told PRNigeria.

They attacked from Kaduna Ruwa and Kaiga in the dead of night, killing several of their opponents and seizing their weapons and ammunition.

“Boko Haram ousted and dominated all major ISWAP camps, including Tumbun Ali, Kaduna Ruwa, Marda, and Kahuram, killing scores of high-valued militants, commanders, and bodyguards. “A large number of people were critically hurt,” the officer stated.

The Boko Haram faction is also fighting ISWAP footsoldiers in the Marte Local Government Area of Borno’s Kirta and Wulgo communities.

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