25 Year Old Ghanaian Fresh Graduate Reportedly Joins ISIS (Photo)

25 Year Old Ghanaian Fresh Graduate
Reportedly Joins ISIS (Photo)


There are fears that this 25-year-old
Ghanaian graduate Nazir Nortei
Alema (pictured above) has joined
international terrorist group, Islamic
State in Syria.
Nazir who is a graduate of the
Kwame Nkrumah University of
Science and Technology (KNUST)
with a degree in Geography and
Rural Development, allegedly left
Ghana this month to join the terror
Nazir’s father, Kabiru Alema, said
soon after completing his mandatory
National Service in Ghana on August
2nd, Nazir sent a WhatsApp message
to him saying that he was on his way
to another region in Ghana on a job-
related assignment.
Hours later, Nazir sent another one
with a different content.
“Pray for me, for I will never forget
you in my prayer and it’s my hope
and prayer that we meet again if
not in this world then in Jannah
(paradise). I love you all. May Allah
grant us understanding and guide
us all to the straight path.
Asalaamu alaikum. I told you a lie
to please my Allah. The deception
was to go do some research work in
far away Prestea while the main
idea was to move far away from you
all to the Islamic State (IS). I know
it might sound kind of crazy for you
but your son really had to take this
bold step to get out of the corrupt
system of Ghana which has
democracy first on its list.” the
message read
Nazir’s father says his son and other
young men who are believed to have
joined the terror group were part of
an Islamic group on Whatsapp
named “Sadaqa Train,” where they
are brainwashed and all of them had
extreme ideas of Islam.
“The youth who have fallen prey to
the ISIS craze belong to the same
whatsapp group on which they
share extreme ideas about Islam.”
He says his son’s friends that were
also on the chat group are no where
to be found now.
He also added that some disturbing
videos have been spotted on his son’s
laptop, a clear indicator that Nazir
has been sufficiently brainwashed

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