‘Why the war against insurgent group is nearing its end’ says MNJTF Force Commander
The Force Commander of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF), Major General Ibrahim Sallau Ali, has explained why the war against insurgent groups is coming to an end.
In a statement by Lieutenant Colonel Abubakar Abdullahi, spokesperson in N’djemena, Major General Ali visited Sector 3 Monguno in Nigeria on Thursday, August 10, to familiarise himself with and assess the progress of the operations against Boko Haram terrorists.
During his visit, the Force Commander commended the sector for its exceptional efforts in achieving the MNJTF mandate, praising the troops for their dedication and hard work.
Emphasizing the importance of remaining vigilant and steadfast in their mission, Major General Ali charged the troops to continue their efforts to eliminate the remaining Boko Haram terrorists.
He highlighted that the recent mass surrender of Boko Haram fighters is an indication that the war against the insurgent group is nearing its end.
He advised the officers to maintain a positive mindset while carrying out their duties, stating that their efforts have significantly contributed to the progress made in the fight against the terrorists.
While welcoming the Force Commander to the Sector, the Sector 3 Commander, Major General Peter Okoye thanked the MNJTF Headquarters for its support and prompt response to the sector’s requests.
He assured the Force Commander of his troops readiness to dominate its Area of Responsibility in order to clear remnant terrorists marauding in the area.
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