BREAKING: MNJTF rescues women and children as 69 Boko Haram terrorists surrender



The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) has rescued women and children and facilitated the surrender of Boko Haram terrorists and their families between July 1-6.

This was disclosed by Lieutenant Colonel Abubakar Abdullahi the spokesman of the MNJTF in a press release on Tuesday.

The women and children were among a group of 56 Boko Haram terrorists who surrendered to Cameroonian and Nigerian forces in Sector 1, Cameroon, on July 6.

Additionally, Tijjani Muhammad, a 24-year-old terrorist, surrendered with a rifle, magazines, and ammunition to troops in Sector 4, Niger Republic, on July 1.

Family members of terrorists, including women and children, were rescued and handed over to the troops of Sector 1, Operation Hadin Kai, in Gamboru and Banki for further action.

The surrenders and rescues resulted from Operation Lake Sanity 2.

The MNJTF urges terrorists to surrender for peace in the Lake Chad basin region.

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