IS fighters have reportedly promised Nigerian brides guns and suicide belts as settlements after their death or in case of their death.
According to reports, two IS fighters in Libya who had married Nigerian brides had promised to settle the brides with the ammunitions in case of their death or divorce.
On November 31, 2015, Abu Mansour, a Tunisian born in 1977, married a Nigerian called Miriam, in the presence of Sudanese and Malian witnesses.
Mansour, who was cash-trapped in Libya, reportedly vowed to pay compensation of ‘one suicide belt’ in the event of his death or the marriage being dissolved.
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In another news, Fatima, another Nigerian bride, was promised a Kalashnikov assault rifle in the case of divorce or if her husband, Malian Abu Said was to die.
Both grooms refused to pay dowries as stipulated in several African traditions but professed their love and promise to keep their words.
Forces allied with Libya’s unity government reportedly found the documents as they searched buildings seized during a battle with the terror group in the coastal city of Sirte.