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ISWAP Founder’s Son Surrenders To NSCDC In Borno

The eldest son of Mamman Nur, founding father of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) terrorist group, Mahmud Mamman Nur Albarnawy, has surrendered to the Nigerian Safety and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Maiduguri, Borno State.

Mahmud, 22, surrendered on Sunday, Might 12, 2024.

Intelligence sources in accordance Zagazola Makama, Lake Chad Basin counterterrorism and insurgency skilled, revealed that Mahmud Mamman Nur Albarnawy was confirmed to be the senior son of the late ISWAP founder after present process profiling on the Command Headquarters of NSCDC in Maiduguri.

The sources mentioned that males of the command had facilitated his give up by his uncle in Gamborun Ngala after receiving the knowledge that he was prepared to formally give up to the Nigerian authorities.

The sources added {that a} dependable agent was despatched to convey him and so they arrived in Maiduguri on Might 11, at about 1pm.

“Mahmud was later debriefed and profiled by an intelligence officer of the command the place he confessed to having sneaked out of the Ali Ngulde camp in Mandara Mountain, Gwoza LGA, into Maiduguri and stayed for a few month at Gwange within the metropolis capital earlier than relocating to Gamboru Ngala with none alarm or misery indicators from communities.

“Throughout his keep in Gamboru Ngala, a few of his late father’s loyalists had been persuading him to return to the Lake Chad basic space to pay allegiance to ISWAP however he refused, citing the betrayal and eventual execution of his late father.

“He confessed to having taken half in assaults in Bama, Banki, Gwoza and a number of other different locations as a center rank fighter beneath the Boko Haram group.

“Mahmud was handed over to Bulunkutu rehabilitation facility for additional documentation and custody,” the supply mentioned.

In 2013, prime commanders of the late Muhammad Yusuf, founding father of the Boko Haram group, together with Mamman Nur, Khalid Albarnawi, Abubakar Shekau, Kaka Ali, Mustapha Chad, Abu Maryam and Abu Krimima, had been compelled to maneuver out of Maiduguri, following intensified marketing campaign towards them by the Joint Safety Forces in Maiduguri.

After some time, they regrouped in Sambisa forest and continued their marketing campaign of violence by coordinated assaults on cities and villages. They institutionalised the group to grow to be a terror organisation.

In March 2015, Boko Haram pledged allegiance to the ISIS Caliphate of Abubakar Al-Baghdadi. ISIS accepted the pledge of allegiance and named Abubakar Shekau as the primary Wali of ISWAP.

Shekau was later eliminated by ISIS following a petition towards his management by Mamman Nur and Abu Mussab Albarawi, who had been the members of the Shura Consultative Council.

Shekau was accused of ideological extremism, further judicial killings, injustice, poor management expertise and, above all, killing ladies and kids.

The interior crises led to the separation of the Jamā’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihād, Boko Haram group and the ISWAP, who moved to the Lake Chad area of Marte and Abadam to determine their caliphate with Mamman Nur as its new Non secular Chief.

On August 21, 2018, Mamman Nur was eradicated in a mutiny led by Abou Mossab Albarnawyy in firm of some ISWAP fighters. Nur was killed for releasing the kidnapped feminine college students of Authorities Women Secondary College Dapchi in Yobe State, with out demanding ransom from the Nigerian authorities.

The elimination of Mamman Nur noticed the emergence of Abou-Mossab Albarnawyy as ISWAP religious chief.

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