Checkout How Boko Haram Leader Who Kidnapped School Girls In Nigeria Painfully Died (PHOTOS)
A Kanuri man named Abu Mohammed Abubakar al-Sheikawi served as the head of the Nigerian Islamist militant organisation Boko Haram. Before Mohammed Yusuf was put to death in 2009, he acted as the group's vice head. Shekau was a monster who was infamous for his reported savage killings, his use of women and children as suicide bombers, and his mass kidnappings, including the kidnapping of the over one hundred Chibok schoolgirls.
Check How Boko Haram Leader Who Kidnapped School Girls In Nigeria Painfully Died
Abu Mohammed Abubakar al-Sheikawi was a Kanuri man known as the leader of Boko Haram, a Nigerian Islamist militant group. He served as deputy leader to the group's founder, Mohammed Yusuf, until Yusuf was executed in 2009. Shekau was a monster, known for his brutal executions that he publicized, his use of women and children as suicide bombers, and his wholesale kidnapping: he orchestrated the kidnapping of the Chibok schoolgirls who were more than a hundred.