The Islamic Condition West Africa Province (ISWAP) has launched a different movie in which it executed 11 Nigerian Christians who ended up its captives on Boxing Working day.
Recall that the ISWAP which is a faction of the Boko Haram experienced before executed four folks doing work with Action From Hunger and releasing the video to the public house about two months back.
Soon ahead of they have been executed, the Christians have been noticed in the movie pleading with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to aid negotiate their release, according to Ahmad Salkida, a conflict and terrorism reporter in Nigeria.
BBC Africa reports that the insurgency group uncovered that the killing was to avenge the killing of it is leaders in Syria.
Newswatch understands that the killings were carried out on the 2nd working day of Christmas day strategically to make a assertion, when just a handful of times in the past, the alarming level of the killings of Christians in Nigeria experienced been condemned by the Humanitarian Support Reduction Believe in (HART), in a report which pegged the numbers of slain Christians at 1,000.
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The team was quoted to have claimed, “We killed them as revenge for the killings of our leaders together with Abubakar al-Baghdadi and Abul-Hasan Al-Muhajir in Iraq and Syria.”
Salkida mentioned that the selection to execute the captives was fairly swift, abrupt and shocking, adding that ISWAP experienced reportedly opened a window of negotiation ostensibly to exchange the liberty of the captives with all those of its users in governing administration custody but the Nigerian Federal government unsuccessful to acquire the supply.
Again, the Nigerian authorities has not commented on the execution but has insisted that the war from terrorism in the troubled NorthEastern element of the West African country was technically above.
The United Nations experienced before identified as on President Buhari to just take motion to prevent further killings of Nigerians by the ISWAP and Boko Haram sects.
Stéphane Dujarric, spokesperson for the Secretary-Standard, in a assertion claimed the Nigerian Authorities will have to hold people involved in the abduction and killings accountable.