Tactics of Boko Haram Faction Raised New Fears with Midwives Murders

October 18, 2018 | Brainwave Science

Tactics of Boko Haram Faction Raised New Fears with Midwives Murders: Brainwave ScienceSITUATION

In Northern Africa IS (the Islamic State) group rekindled new fears by murdering two Muslim midwives. Saifura Ahmed Khorsa, who was shot dead in September, and a month later a 24 year old Hauwa Liman, was also murdered. They both worked for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) when they were kidnapped along with another female aid worker from the town of Rann in March. Behind the abduction were fighters from a Boko Haram faction loyal to IS, who are well-known as the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP). Local journalists who have seen the two videos released by the jihadists after the killings say the women, wearing white hijabs, were forced to kneel down with their hands tied. They were then shot from behind at a close range. The militants did not make their demands public. The excuse they gave for killing Ms. Khorsa in September was that they had put forward their demands to the government but they were ignored. The government has not disclosed what the jihadists were demanding. It is unclear why the ICRC would be targeted when it acted as an intermediary between the government and Boko Haram for the release of the Chibok girls in 2017.

In a short statement after the killing of Ms. Liman, ISWAP said the Muslims midwives were killed because they had “abandoned their Islam the moment they chose to work with the Red Cross”. It shows how brutal and intolerant the militants are.


Africa is an important part of the global community. The prospect of transforming and the chances of saving African region from extremism dwindled once, Boko Haram, the most influential Islamic grouping in Nigeria and West Africa, swore allegiance to the ISIL caliphate. As a way of proving its loyalty to ISIL, Boko Haram reportedly sent as many as 200 of its troops to Libya to help ISIL fighters there. The group has also started to emulate Islamic State’s intimidation methods, releasing video clips showing public executions of defectors.

Nigeria is the leading country in Sub-Saharan Africa in terms of GDP, a leader in the manufacture and export of oil (sixth in the world), the region’s second most powerful country (behind South Africa), and an important trade partner for the United States, China and the European Union. It is the most populated African country (178 million people). 50% of Nigerians are Muslims, 40% are Christians, which creates constant interfaith tensions.  Seems like Islamist insurgency is far from over. It means that there is an urgent need to develop technology related to national security, for the timely prevention of threats and the identification of risks associated with them that do not require excessive funds and at the same time ensuring all aspects of the country’s security.


More than 20,000 people have been killed and two million others forced to flee their homes in northeastern Nigeria since Boko Haram launched a campaign in 2009, aimed at forming a breakaway Islamic state. Over the years, the armed group has kidnapped thousands of adults and children. What it means is that Nigeria needs help in order to retain some stability and peace Nigeria is an anchor for African region. The biggest threat to peace in the West African sub-region, and in Sub-Saharan Africa in general, is destabilization of the situation in Nigeria. Law enforcement agencies in Nigeria must take radical steps and stand up to this brutal terrorism that has been perpetuated in their country by Boko Haram.  Technology is one way to beat terrorism along with dedicated force. Terrorists may have weapons but intelligence on terrorists and their networks can prove to be a great advantage for Nigeria. It is now possible to beat terrorism with technology. Brainwave Science is a company that established with a unique mission and vision to supply technologies that can bring peace to humanity at a global level.

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