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ISWAP top Commander killed as Nigeria fighter jet pounds terrorists on revenge mission in Damasak

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One of the top Commanders of the factional terrorist group, Islamic State of West Africa (ISWAP) has been killed in air raid by the troops tackling terrorists in the North East.

The Commander of the terrorists who was killed is
Bukar Gana Fitchmeram (aka Abu Aisha). He died alongside scores of his fighters, who were on a revenge mission at Damasak.

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Sources from Nigeria Army the terrorists and his fighters met their Waterloo in their effort to launch a reprisal attack following the killing of 12 high-value ISWAP commanders in Mobbar Local Government Area of Borno State recently.

The Army spokesperson. Brig. Gen. Mohammed Yerima revealed that “the terrorists who were denied any sanctuary or respite desperately conducted two separate failed attacks on Gajiram and Damasak.

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Yerima further said the top ISWAP leaders were killed by airstrikes during the attack.

“The deadly air strikes conducted on Tudun Wulgo, Zari and Tumbun Alhaji, Kusuma, Sigir in Ngala and Arijallamari, in Abadam, Marte and Ngala Local government Areas, led to the killing of top ISWAP Leaders.

“The commanders that perished in the airstrikes include Mohammad Fulloja, Ameer Mallam Bello, Ba’a kaka Tunkushe, Abu Muktar Al -Ansari, Ameer Abba Kaka, Abu Huzaifa, Ameer Modu Kwayem, while Goni Mustapha who was the Chief Imam of the ISWAP escaped with bullet wounds”, the statement read.

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