Bashir Bulabuduwaye, a senior member of the Boko Haram terrorist organization, has surrendered to the Nigerian army.
Security analyst and counterinsurgency expert in Lake Chad, West Africa, Zagazola Makama, claims that Bulorganizations are responsible for the killing of all Boko Haram members who were deemed heretical or heretical converts.
On September 12, 2022, the terrorist and his family (wife and children included) turned themselves into Operation Hadin Kai forces in Banki, Bama Local Government Area, Borno State.
When Abubakar Shekau was the leader of the sect, an intelligence officer in Makara that Bulabuduwaye was notorious for executing death sentences and capturing military personnel and civilians.
The former terror leader, according to the sources, can be seen in numerous gory videos in which fighters affiliated with the Jam? ‘at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah we’ll-Jih?d execute prisoners by slitting their throats or shooting them dead because of Fidel.
According to the sources, Bulabuduwaye and his team of executioners killed at least 1,000 people who had been caught because he said that Bulabuduwaye was one of the Commanders who escaped last May 2021, when a column of Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) troops stormed the terrorist group’s stronghold in the Sambisa forest area, killing the group’s leader Abubakar Shekau.
A source claimed that after the man refused to pledge allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS), he split off and formed a camp in Kote village on the axis of Banki.
As the intelligence-led Air Strikes, heavy artillery shelling, and ground, offensives by the Nigerian Military soldiers of Operation Hadin Kai continued, he eventually capitulated.
He had a hard time getting supplies because of the flooding that had destroyed most of their town. As one of the individuals “fingered for elimination for refusing to pay allegiance,” the sources say that he is afraid of being killed by ISWAP on the battlefield.
According to Maj. Gen. Christopher Musa, the Theatre Commander for North East “Operation Hadin Kai,” more than 79,000 militants, including both fighters and noncombatants, had surrendered.