Boko Haram’s leader surrenders to Nigerian security forces in Borno

Khaid Malam Ali and Bunu Umar, both senior members of the Jam’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihd in Borno, have surrendered to the forces of Operation Hadin Kai, which is a branch of the Nigerian military. Boko Haram is also known as the Islamic State of Nigeria and the Levant.

On July 5, 2023, it was learned that terrorists affiliated with the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) were responsible for removing Ali and his men from their hideouts in Bula Alhaji Garwaye, which is located on the outskirts of the Sambisa forest near Bama LGA. The raid was planned by ISWAP terrorists.

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According to the Gist House, ISWAP was responsible for the deaths of dozens of Boko Haram fighters, including the group’s women and children.

Before Ali gave up his position as a terrorist commander in Sabil Huda and Njumia out of fear of being eliminated on the battlefield, he served in both of those locations.

According to reports, he and his fighters were forced from their positions by ISWAP after they prepared a raid on the hideouts of Boko Haram on July 5, 2023 in Bula Alhaji Garwaye in the fingers of Sambisa Near Bama LGA.

It has been reported that a number of Boko Haram fighters, in addition to their women and children, have been murdered.

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