Tilting the supremacy fight in favour of BH: military air strikes eliminates ISWAP Leader

Nigerian Military airstrikes eliminates Nigerian ISWAP Leader, Ba’a Shuwa, scores of fighters  By: Zagazola Makama The Nigerian military has eliminated the Nigerian  leader of the Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP), Ba’a Shuwa, and scores of his fighters in the North East of Borno during  a major offensive. Ba’a Shuwa, was the ISWAP Leader of the Nigerian Wylayat, Lake Chad, Kwalfarji, Timbuktu Farouq and Sambisa Mantika of the ISIS affiliated Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP).  Intelligence sources told Zagazola Makama, a Counter Insurgency Expert and Security Analyst in the Lake Chad region that the damaging  airstrikes carried out on January 2, 2023 at  Kwatan Dilla, in  Abadam LGA of Borno State had led to killing of Ba’a Shuwa including scores of his fighters. Sources said that the exploitation after the strike showcased footage of scores neutralizing enemy elements and equipment. Shuws was appointed  in 2021 after Abubakar Shekau killed himself. He was Commanding terrorists in Chiralia, Markas Kauwa, Abirma, Buk, Abulam, Dusula, Abbagajiri, Gorgore and many other camps within the Timbuktu and Alagarno axis in the South of Borno. Some of his top Commanding Officers  included; Khaid Hanzala, Ba’a Idirisa, Rawana, Abou Ibrahim, Mallam Abubakar, Abou Aisha and Abou Khalid who was responsible on the recent attack on the electricity towars along Maiduguri-Damaturu highway.  Ba’a Shuwa and his groups of terrorists are mostly responsible for attacks, ambushes and IED/mine towards Damboa roads, Damaturu-Maiduguri, Askira, Buratai, Buni Yadi, Buni Gari, Gaidam and other part of Borno and Yobe States. The terrorists’  hibernated in highly fortified hideouts under thick foliage and rocks properly concealed and camouflaged in order to evade air strikes within the Timbuktu Triangle.


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