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ISWAP kills 8 B/Haram fighters, take possession of large quantities of ammunition

About eight Boko Haram fighters have been reportedly killed by members of the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) faction of the terrorists during a clash in the fringes of the Lake Chad.

The ISWAP has also till possession of large quantities of ammunition in the inter-rivalry clash which happened on October 6.

The inter-rivalry fight ensued when a team of the ISWAP group launched an attack on and caused grave fatality to its adversary at Krinowa axis in the North East of Marte, Borno State.

An intelligence report which got to Zagazola Makama, a Counter Insurgency Expert and Security Analyst in the Lake Chad revealed that 12 fighters of Boko Haram were coming back from Marte after taking possession of large quantities of weapons from the castle of Bakura Wulgo, the Boko Haram Amir Jay’s.

The Boko Haram terrorists had mobilized a 12-man team from Gaizuwa, in Bama to go look for the weapons after encountering defeat due to the previous sustained and continued bombardment and offensives originating from Nigerian Military troops of Operation Hadin Kai.

Report has it that about eight fighters of the Boko Haram lost their lives in the ambush, three of them who included Goni Gado, Abou Adam and Abou Abubakar escaped with bullets wounds to Gaizuwa around 12pm, Friday October 7, while the whereabout and well being of one other could not be ascertained.

“The Boko Haram had cried out that the ISWAP may soon take over all its camps and urged other JAS fighters to help them from collapsing,” the sources said.

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