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Mohammed Shuwa

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Mohammed Shuwa
Rayuwa
Haihuwa 1 Satumba 1939
ƙasa Najeriya
Mutuwa 2 Nuwamba, 2012
Karatu
Makaranta Kwalejin Barewa
Harsuna Turanci
Hausa
Pidgin na Najeriya
Sana'a
Sana'a soja
Digiri Janar

Mohammed Shuwa (an haife shi 1 ga Satumban shekarar 1939 - ya rasu 2 ga Nuwamban shekarata 2012) ya kasance Manjo Janar na Sojan Nijeriya kuma shi ne Babban Janar na farko na Kwamandan Runduna ta 1 ta Sojojin Nijeriya. Shuwa ya shugabanci runduna ta 1 ta sojojin Najeriya a lokacin yakin basasar Najeriya. Wasu da ake zargin ‘yan kungiyar Boko Haram ne suka kashe shi a Maiduguri a ranar 2 ga Nuwamban shekarar 2012.[1]

Kuruciya da Karatu[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An haifi Shuwa a garin Masharte na jihar Borno a ranar 1 ga watan Satumban shekarata 1939. Ya halarci makarantar firamare ta Kala (1946-1947), Bama Central Elementary School (1948-1950), Bornu Middle School (1950-1952), da kuma Barewa College, Zaria don karatun sakandare (1952-1957).[2] Ya kasance abokin karatu tare da Gen. Murtala Muhammed a Barewa da kuma cibiyoyin soja da suka biyo baya. Tare da Murtala Muhammed da wasu irin su Illiya Bisalla, da Ibrahim Haruna, Shuwa ya shiga aikin sojan Najeriya a ranar 19 ga Satumba, 1958[3] kuma ya bi karatun horonsa na farko a Makarantar Koyon Musamman ta Jami'an Regular da ke Teshie, Ghana.[4] Ya karɓi kwamishininsa a matsayin Laftana na 2 a watan Yulin 1961 bayan kammala horar da jami'ai a Royal Military Academy Sandhurst .

Mutuwa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Wasu da ake zargin ‘yan kungiyar Boko Haram ne suka kashe Gen. Shuwa a gidansa da ke Maiduguri a ranar 2 ga watan Nuwamban, 2012.[5]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. Fani-Kayode, Femi. "A tribute to General Mamman Shuwa". Premium Times Nigeria. Missing or empty |url= (help)
  2. Uwechue, Ralph (1991). Africa Who's who. Africa Journal Limited, 1991. p. 1650. ISBN 9780903274173.
  3. Omoigui, Nowa. "Military Rebellion of July 29, 1975: The Coup Against Gowon - Epilogue". Dawodu. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
  4. "Orji Kalu Pays Tribute To Late General Shuwa, Says He Protected Igbos … Salutes Sani Bello". Point Blank News. 18 November 2012. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
  5. Abiodun, Joseph (3 November 2012). "Boko Haram: Retired general, 40 youths killed in renewed violence". The Nation (Nigeria). Retrieved 15 August 2015.