Boko Haram kills commander over surrender bid with 300 captives

A high ranking Boko Haram Commander has been killed by his colleagues following his secret plans to surrender.

A credible source disclosed his colleagues were more angered after they discovered he planned to surrender and escape with about 300 captives from their camp.

The source gave the name of the commander as Ali Garga, a Fulani man from Taraba who was forcefully conscripted by the Mamman Nur’s faction three years ago after his cows were seized by the insurgents.

The source added Gaga became a very priceless asset for the camp because of the extraordinary geographical knowledge of the busy terrain in the northeast that he possessed as a herdsman.

“Gaga was trained how to fight wars and engage in combat operations.

“He also possessed an extra ordinary ability of knowing the terrains because he was a herdsman.

“This elevated him to a level of a Commanding Officer by the Mamman Nur’s Faction.

“Gaga was not interested in holding captives for ransom like others.

“What is paramount to him is getting his livestock and continue what he was doing as a herdsman and reunite with his family,” the sources explained.

The sources also said Ali Garga was making the right contacts even with foreign influencers to facilitate those who would rescue him and others before he was killed.

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