MNJTF Uncovers Fish Market Reportedly Operated By Boko Haram/ISWAP

(Last Updated On: 2022-05-23)


The Multi-national Joint Task Force (MNJTF) said it has arrested no fewer than 30 persons who claimed to be fishermen and farmer while uncovering a fish market reportedly operated by the Boko Haram/ Islamic State for West African Province at the fringes of the Lake Chad shores.

In a statement on Saturday by the Chief of Military Public Information Officer, HQ MNJTF N’Djamena, Lt.- Col. Kamarudeen Adegoke, said troops of MNJTF uncovered and made the arrest during operations embarked on at the Lake Chad Basin between May 17 and 21.

He added that no fewer than 12 terrorists’ enclaves were destroyed at different locations during the period under review.

The statement read in part, “Troops of Task Force Kangarwa, comprising Nigerian and the Chadian Troops of Operation Hadin Kai/MNJTF commenced aggressive clearance operations from Monguno on May 17 to 21 and have so far cleared the settlements of Grada, Kwatan Maishayi, Daban Karfe, Daban Gajere, Tumbun Buhari, Tunbun Abuja, Sabon Tunbu, Ali Sherifti, Doron Naira, and Daban Masara, among others. No contact was made with the criminals who ran away from these enclaves.

“Items found include packed fish in several cartons, several smoked fish, assorted grains, household items, and a motorcycle.

“In line with MNJTF standard of operations, the enemy camps were destroyed and items were properly burnt. About 30 young men who claimed to be fishermen and farmers were arrested in the Doron Naira area and are being profiled and interrogated to ascertain their culpability or otherwise.”

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Source: Punch

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