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Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Nigeria in trouble as Army Identify New Terrorist Group in Northeast region



The hard working Nigerian military has announced the Emergence of a new terror group  called Jama’Atu Nus’Ratul-Islami Wal-Muslimina, in the northeast region.

It was made Known to the General public through an official statement released by the Army on Saturday, November 17, 2018. The Army said the group’s leader has already been identified as a certain Abul- Fadl Iyad Gali and will fight the group with advanced technologies.

The statement read, “Meanwhile, the new leader of JAMA’ATU NUS’RATUL-ISLAMI WAL-MUSLIMINA, Abul- Fadl Iyad Gali has also been identified. The group is a new terrorist group which Ansaru is affiliated to.

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ISWAP Media Chief Killed by Troops: Reports available reveal that one Sale Ahmad Sale a. k. a. Baban Hassan the leader of Al-Barnawi Media group, a faction of Boko Haram was killed by a joint operation conducted by the NIgerian Army and NIgerian Airforce.

The killing of the media leader is indicative of efforts by the NA to eliminate key members of the sect. It is worthy to note that the sect is directly affiliated to the Islamic State and has carried out several attacks against own troops and innocent civilians in the past. Therefore, the death of the group’s media leader shows that the leadership is being targeted successfully and soon other key members would  be apprehended or neutralised, thus decimating the group and its activities.

Meanwhile, the new leader of JAMA'ATU NUS'RATUL-ISLAMI WAL-MUSLIMINA, Abul- Fadl Iyad Gali has also been identified. The group is a new terrorist group which Ansaru is affiliated to. In the same vein, the identification of the leader of JAMA'ATU NUS'RATUL-ISLAMI WAL-MUSLIMINA group would enable the NA target the group effectively using advanced technologies in its arsenal. This is as the existence of group portends grave danger to Nigeria’s national security. Pictures including some of their online propaganda activities are shown below.

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