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How Boko Haram Leader, Shekau, Connected Northeast, Northwest and Northcentral Nigeria Terror Centres in a Puzzling Agenda

By Ahmad Salkida Scorned and underrated, Abubakar Shekau, the leader of Jama’atu Ahlul Sunnah Lidda’awatu Wal-Jihad (JAS), otherwise known as Boko Haram is currently pulling a massive stealth strategy in an organisational makeover destined to connect the northeast, the north-west and the north-central in a bewildering expansionist agenda. Defined by welcoming former

Video: NAF Fighter Jets Eliminate ISWAP Camps, Several Fighters in Northwest Nigeria

•Admit the presence of Jihadists groups in Zamfara State  Senator Iroegbu   In continuation of the sustained onslaught against armed bandits and other criminal elements in the North-West and North-Central States of the Country, the Air Component of Operation Hadarin Daji has attacked another armed bandits’ camp in the Southwestern part of Kwiambana

Nigerian Military Confirms Boko Haram Terrorists’ Alliance with Northwest Jihadists

•Says dislodged terrorists migrating to North-West with sophisticated weapons Jude Johnson For the first time, Nigerian military has formally admitted a connection between the escalating attacks in the Northwest Nigeria by the so called armed bandits now infiltrated by Jihadists from the Sahel region and Boko Haram terrorists operating in Northeast

Armed Bandits Kill 12 Villagers in Northwest Nigeria

•Unguwar Yabo village in Zamfara state attacked, according to local media Jude Johnson Armed bandits have reportedly killed t least 12 people on Saturday in an attack in Northwest Nigeria. The deaths occurred when armed gangs attacked the Unguwar Yabo village in Zamfara state. The country’s northwest sees occasional clashes between the

Insecurity: Over 771 People Killed in Nigeria’s Northwest in Last Five Months–Report

•Over 9,000 killed, 200,000 displaced, 60,000 exiled in last 10 years Brief on Violence in Nigeria’s North-West Region Nigeria’s North-West region, comprising seven states – Kano, Kaduna, Kebbi, Katsina, Jigawa, Sokoto, and Zamfara, has been a hotbed of violence of varying contexts. Plagued by over a decade long history of mass