Nigerian insurgents release joint video with ISIS

Multiple reports claim that Nigerian insurgents, Boko Haram have aligned with the ruthless Islamic State following the release of a joint video by the terrorist groups.

Boko Haram reinstates allegiance to ISIS with new video

According to The Punch, there are strong indications that the Boko Haram Sect has forged a strong operational alliance with the ISIS as the two bodies jointly released the recent video of the killing of a suspected Nigerian soldier.

The video, which has gone viral, is the first video recording since Boko Haram pledged allegiance to the Islamic State last year.

The video showed the suspected Nigerian soldier in a kneeling position surrounded by three terrorists wielding AK 47 assault rifles and later another picture without the head.

This video is coming as the Nigerian president and government work day and night to tackle and end the insurgency before it runs out of hand.

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