More Boko Haram terrorists surrender to Multinational Joint Task Force troops


CITIZENS COMPASS –The ongoing Operation Lake Sanity II continues to yield results as three more Boko Haram terrorists have surrendered to the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) troops in Cameroon and Nigeria, according to a statement by Chief Military Public Information Officer, Lt. Col Abubakar Abdullahi,  and made available to the National Association of Online Security News Publishers (NAOSNP).

In Cameroon’s Sector 1, two terrorist fighters identified as Rawagana Mustapha, 18, and Mustapha Ali, 20 surrendered to the troops at Wulgo.

Similarly, Sector 3 in Nigeria reported the surrender of one terrorist fighter, Ibrahim Malam, 28, to the 403 Amphibious Brigade in Baga. Preliminary investigations revealed that Malam had been a Boko Haram fighter living in Kwaleram, south of Lake Chad, for 6 years.

As Operation Lake Sanity II progresses, the MNJTF has urged other terrorists to surrender, and lay down their arms for lasting peace and prosperity in the region.

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