ISIS Releases News Names of ISWAP Commanders Killed By Nigerian Army

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Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has disclosed the names of the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) commanders that were killed by troops of the Nigerian Army recently.

ISIS released the list of ISWAP commanders killed by soldiers and Multinational Joint Task Force operatives in a video following the continued attack on the terrorists in Lake Chad and the fringes of Sambisa forest.

According to an intelligence report, troops of the Nigerian Army had some weeks ago stormed the camp of the terrorists, which harboured more than 3,000 ISWAP fighters.

Leakblast.com gathered that the troops and the ISWAP terrorists were locked in a gun battle which lasted for more than three hours during the encounter.

It was learned that many ISWAP commanders were killed and two commanders were arrested by the troops. It was also gathered that the camp was led by top commanders led by one Abu Ikilima.

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A source told Daily Trust that three Khayds (governors), three Munzul (commanding officers), 1 Nakib (commander) of the Boko Haram as well as several other fighters were killed during the attack.

Below are the names of the slain ISWAP senior leaders:

Abu Musab al-Yobawi
Abu Nu’man al-Amni
Abu Abdullah al-Barnawi
Abu ‘Ammara al-Barnawi
Abu Anas al-I’alami
Abdul Malik al-Barnawi
Abu Sufyan al-I’alami
Shaykh Abu Bakr al-Da’wi
Abu Usama Goneri
Abu Sa’d al-Ansari
Abu Jabbar al-Barnawi
Abu Anas al-Barnawi
Abu Abdul Rahman al-Katsanawi
Abu Maryam al-Gaidami
Abu Salman al-Ansari
Baka Goneiri
Abu Mustafa al-‘Askari
Farooq al-Barnawi
Abu Ahmad al-I’alami
Al-Qassim Al-Barnawi
Mustafa al-Barnawi
Abbas al-Ansari
Musa al-Ansari

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