Ba’a Idirisa, son of late Muhammed Yusuf, founder of the sect, who is the leader of the group in Nigeria, has been killed, according to sources quoted in the report.
Idirisa was reportedly killed alongside three other commanders in the terrorists’ conclave on Sunday, February 9 for suggesting an idea was considered too soft for the insurgents.
It was gathered that:
“Idirisa had told his fighters to stop killing captured soldiers and should be kind to villagers.
But elements within the ISWAP leadership were not happy about this.
They accused Idirisa and two others of being too soft and that they had been compromised. They were eventually killed.
It was furthermore said that the communication between Idirisa and a humanitarian organisation was intercepted as he was overheard suing for peace.
His death is said to have deepened the crisis in the Boko Haram camp as his loyalists have vowed to rebel.
Boko Haram has lost about 25 of its commanders in recent times as the Nigerian military continues its sustained attacks on the terrorists’ camps in recent weeks.
One Abba Gana has now been named as the new leader of ISWAP in Nigeria since the death of Idrisa.
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