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Ansaru Factional Leader, Khalid al-Barnawi Who Bombed UN Headquarters Free From Kuje Prison

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Khalid al-Barnawi, Ansaru pioneer who engineered the bombarding of UN Headquarters in Abuja in 2011, which killed something like 18 people and left almost 100 seriously harmed, was among the detainees Boko Haram set free from Kuje prison on Tuesday night.

Mr Al-Barnawi, prepared by the Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) in Algeria, may have composed the Kuje escape from his jail cell, as he is evaluated extremely high as far as his IQ and hierarchical ability.
He is viewed as one of the most important resources of the Boko Haram fear monger group.

The sources who looked for namelessness since they didn’t have authorization to talk regarding this situation further declared the escape was probably designed to liberate Mr Al-Barnawi, given his stubbornness and obligation to complete Boko Haram tasks before his imprisonment in 2016.
As an officer, he was infamous for executing different commandants who neglected to meet their functional targets, fixing a no his standing as a pioneer pardons even from his equivalents.
Mr Al-Barnawi goes by numerous pseudonyms, including Abu Hafsat, Mallam Dauda, Alhaji Tanimu Kafuri, Naziru, Alhaji Yahaya, Muhammad Usman and Mohammed Usman, to stay away from location while directing his criminal tasks.

Captured five years after the UN besieging, the country’s State Security Service (SSS) in April 2016 portrayed Mr Al-Barnawi’s catch as “a significant achievement in the counterterrorism battle of this help.”
On June 21, 2012, the U.S. Branch of State assigned Khalid al-Barnawi a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) under Executive Order 13224 on June 21, 2012. Different psychological oppressors assigned are Abubakar Shekau and Abubakar Adam Kambar.
The arrival of Mr Al-Barnawi might flag a huge expansion in Boko Haram fear based oppressor exercises in Nigeria.
The U.S. government has previously given a security alarm to residents occupant in Abuja and environs to be careful.

Defence Minister Bashir Magashi had on Wednesday said the 64 Boko Haram suspects who got away from Kuje jail after the Tuesday night assault were currently at large.

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