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Army Kills Top Boko Haram Commander Abu Hassan & Other Members
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Army Kills Top Boko Haram Commander Abu Hassan & Other Members 

The North West, North East, and North Central sections of the country’s declared wanted list include no fewer than 19 bandit commanders.

By Omotayo Olutekunbi

14 terrorists, including Abu Hassan, a Commander (Munzir) of the Boko Haram terrorist organization, are said to have been killed by Operation Hadin Kai troops during an engagement in the Borno State region of Mafa.

The terrorist Commander Abu Hassan and 13 other rebels were reportedly killed on November 15, 2022, according to sources.

The infidels—referring to the security agents—had slain 13 of their warriors, including Abu Hassan, according to a terrorist who was speaking with a commander in the camp of Abu Iklima.

“Someone fired at us while we are withdrawing from the battlefield in Ngowom village. We are on our way with the corpses. We are coming to Gaizuwa.

“Abu Hassan has slept (dead). Some of our fighters were also wounded. We may need emergency medical interventions. Please be on standby,” Zagazola Makama, a Counter Insurgency expert quotes the outlaw as saying.

The most populous nation in Africa, Nigeria, has been dealing with Boko Haram assaults since 2009.

In the North West, North East, and North Central parts of the nation, the Defence Headquarters has proclaimed that no less than 19 bandit commanders are wanted.

The military has also offered an N5 million reward for information leading to the capture of the bandit kingpins and has invited the public to contact 09135904467 with any information that would help.

Sani Dangote from Dumbarum village, Zurmi LGA of Zamfara State; Bello Turji (Fakai village, Zamfara State); Leko (Mozoj vIllage, Mutazu LGA, Katsina State); Dogo Nahali (Yar Tsamiyar Jno village, Kankara LGA, Katsina State); Hallilu Sububu (Sububu village in Maradun LGA, Zamfara State) and Nagona from Angwan Galadima in the Isa Loa area of Sokoto State.

Others are Nasanda from Kwashabawa village in Zurmi LGA, Zamara State; Isiya Garwa, Kamfanin Daudawa village, Faskari, Katsina State; Ali Kachalla aka Ali Kawaje from Kuyambara village in the Danaadau Maru LGA of Zamfara State; Abu Radde from Varanda village in Batsari LGA, Katsina State; Dan-Da from Varanda village in the Batsari LGA of Katsina State; Sani Gurgu from Varanda village in Batsari LGA, Katsina State; Umaru Dan Nigeria from Rafi village, Mada District in Gusaulga and Nagala from Maru LGA, Zamfara State.

Ado Aliero, of Yankuzo Village, Tsafe LGA, Zamfara State; Monore, of Yantumaki Village, Dan LGA, Katsina State; Gwaska Dankarami, of Shamushele Village, Zuri LGA, Zamfara State; Baleri, of Shinkafi LGA, Zamfara State; and Mamudu Tainange, of Varanda Village, Batsari LGA, Katsina State.

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