Abubakar Shekau In Hell, Left 83 Concubines – Boko Haram Commanders

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The Special Adviser to Borno State governor on Security, Brig Gen. Abdullahi Ishaq (rtd) has revealed that some surrendered fighters have disclosed that late Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, left behind 83 concubines.

Speaking On Saturday, Ishaq said some surrendered Boko Haram commanders had told him about Shekau’s concubines after they surrendered and embraced peace.

He stated that the fighters also told him that the late Boko Haram leader is now in hell because he committed suicide which was against their teachings.

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He said: “We started this non-kinetic approach 16th months ago, the model started shortly after the death of Abubakar Shekau and the state government didn’t want Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) to continue using the Shekau’s fighters; we know it would be deadly.

“So, the first of fighter that I received in Bama told me that Shekau had 83 concubines, just imagine he left behind 83 concubines.

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“They said he is now in hell because he committed suicide during his clash with other fraction. He always told them go out and fights, if they die in the process several virgins are waiting for them.”

He said the fighters claim shekau misled them, adding that many of the Boko Haram fighters did not know how to perform ablution.

Ishaq said: “Let me say this, many of his commanders were bitter after he committed suicide because that act contradict what he preached. I can tell you that many of these fighters don’t know how to perform simple ablution not to talk of how to do prayers. We had to start teaching them after we brought them to Maiduguri.”

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Naturenex recalls that Shekau had died during a battle with ISWAP in Sambisa forest, Borno State in May 2021.

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