Boko Haram relocates bomb makers to Kaduna — Report

The leadership of the Boko Haram sect loyal to the Bakoura Buduma camps have relocated their bomb fabricators to a forest in Southern Kaduna State, according to a report by PRNigeria.

The bomb makers, known as Amaliyyahs by the Sect authorities, were recently deployed to Rijana, Igabi, and Chikun town in the Southern Province of Kaduna.

Internal sources quoted by PRNigeria say the two Boko Haram groups may take advantage of the mountainous forest as hideouts.

In a related development, the ISIS Shura Council, have planned to visit the West African Wilaya of the Islamic State of the West African Province (ISWAP).

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According to PRNigeria, the visit was on the instruction of ISIS Leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi as part of the group’s effort of reorganizing its global structure.

The source said that the purpose of the ISIS trip was also to provide training, funding as well as to deploy more mercenaries to fight in sub-Saharan Africa after losing a lot of it terrorist fighters.

“They are also to join forces with ISWAP to eliminate terrorists of the Bakoura Faction of Boko Haram,” they said.

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