2 Boko Haram Leaders Surrender to MNJTF

Two Boko Haram commanders, Ibrahim Muhammed and Auwal Muhammed, alias “Wanka’, have surrendered to troops of Sector 3 of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) in Monguno, Borno State.

Lt Col Abubakar Abdullahi, the Chief of Military Public Information of the MNJTF, disclosed on Tuesday.

Ibrahim Muhammed and Auwal Muhammed escaped from the Kwalaram/Bakura Buduma camps after more than a decade of fighting.

Abdullahi further explained that the former Boko Haram commanders yielded to the intensified kinetic and non-kinetic operations aimed at targeting terrorist groups within Sector 3 of the MNJTF.

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During the investigation, they acknowledged their long-standing affiliation with the Bakura Buduma camp, where they had fought for 15 years in Kwalaram, Marte, Borno.

Abdullahi said:

The recovery of various items from the surrendering terrorists underscores the significance of this development.

“Items recovered from Ibrahim Muhammed were two AK-47 rifles, three AK-47 magazines, 90 rounds of 7.62mm special ammunition, two magazine carriers and one mobile phone set.

“From Auwal Mohammed, we recovered five magazines, 101 rounds of 7.62-millimetre special ammunition, one X-mobile phone, two hand grenades and one X hand-held radio.”

The MNJTF, a combined multinational formation, includes military units from Benin, Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria.

Its headquarters is located in N’Djamena, and its mandate is to combat the Boko Haram insurgency.

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