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Photos, names of eight Boko Haram terrorists killed by Nigerian army

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Photos, names of eight Boko Haram terrorists killed by Nigerian army

The Nigerian Army on Monday said it killed nine ”social media personalities” of the Islamic State for West African Province (ISWAP).

Col. Sagir Musa, Army Director Public Relations, who disclosed this in a statement, said the annihilation of members of the Boko Haram media team further confirmed that the Nigerian Army has decimated the group and they no longer have freedom of action.

Abu Hurayra al-Barnawi of Boko Haram media team: annihilated by Nigerian troops

He gave the names as:

”Abu Hurayra al-Barnawi, Ali al-Ghalam al-Kajiri, Abu Musab Muhammed Mustafa al-Maiduguri, Abu Abdullah Ali al-Barnawi, and Abu Musa al-Camerooni.

”Others are Ahmed al-Muhajir, Abu Ali al-Bamawi, Abu Khubayb bin Ahmed al-Barnawi, Abu al-Qa’qa’ al-Maiduguri.

Ali al-Ghalam al-Kajiri: Boko Haram media team

“The terrorist group is known for its online media propaganda and quest to maintain a virtual caliphate,”he said.

Abu Musab Muhammed Mustafa al-Maiduguri.1

Boko Haram launched using the media in 2009, starting with a very traditional media approach through propaganda films, many of them aimed at recruiting new fighters from Nigeria and neighbouring countries including Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

Abu-Abdullah-Ali-al-Barnawi

From 2014, their strategy changed into more use of social media platforms, videos, and creating multiple accounts like Facebook and Twitter platforms, mostly as a way to communicate with individuals.

Abu-Musa-al-Camerooni.

Ahmed Al-Muhajir

Abu-Ali-al-Bamawi

Abu-Khubayb-bin-Ahmed-al-Barnawi

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