MNJTF Kills 13 Boko Haram Terrorists


The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) has confirmed that it has successfully conducted a multi-sector link up operation involving troops from Nigeria, Chad, and the Niger Republic.

According to a statement by the Force’s Chief of Military Public Information, Colonel Timothy Antigha, said the Boko Haram terrorists suffered severe human and equipment losses during the operation conducted on Friday.

It explained that this was in continuation of Operation Yancin Tafki in Arege, Metele and Duguri as troops of Sector 3 (Nigeria) and Sector 2 (Chad) linked up with their counterparts in Sector 4 (Niger) around the Kamadougou River.

“Thirteen terrorists were killed, while many others sustained injuries,” the statement said, adding that three gun trucks were captured while another gun truck and three motorcycles were burnt.


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