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Dead 44 Times: Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau allegedly killed again – Adamu Garba

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A former Presidential aspirant, Politician and a Fulani businessman, Adamu Garba II has taken to his verified Twitter page to react over the rumours making the rounds on social media platforms that the leader of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists group, Abubakar Shekau has allegedly been killed by the Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) in the ongoing faceoff between the two groups..



It could be recalled that Uncle Deji, a Military and Security Affairs and Digital Communications expert reporter that ISWAP had stormed Sambisa forest with over 50 gun-trucks in a faceoff with Boko Haram fighters. He made it clear that ISWAP had dislodged Boko Haram fighters and forced them to surrender or get killed. Adding that Shekau’s whereabouts was unknown.

A few hours ago, Deji tweeted again saying the big tree (Shekau) has reportedly fallen in the ongoing ISWAP and Boko Haram supremacy battle in Sambisa. According to the report, he said he was still waiting for the authenticity of the news before he would make it public.

He said “Breaking News filtering in from Sambisa Forest in Borno State. The big tree has reportedly fallen in the ongoing ISWAP vs BOKOHARAM supremacy battle. But I’m still trying to verify the authenticity of the news. Standby for the update.”



While reacting to the development, Adamu Garba II said he has also heard the news about the fall of Shekau. He said “Hearing some news from some quarters that Shekau is dead. Killed by ISWAP. Anyone to verify?”



See his tweet below;

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However, many people are still waiting for the official report from the Nigerian Army who are fighting against the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists group in the Northern trenches, to confirm the authenticity of the development. Meanwhile, let’s keep our fingers crossed as Oluwapolycarp would bring you more details about it.

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