The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) swiftly addressed misleading reports on Sunday, refuting claims of the withdrawal of Sector 4 Niger from the organization.
Lieutenant Colonel Abubakar Abdullahi, Chief Military Public Information Officer in Ndjamena, Chad, issued a statement dismissing the insinuations as false and lacking official correspondence.
The MNJTF, established to foster a safe environment in regions affected by Boko Haram and other terrorist groups, stressed the integral role of Niger as a member.
Abdullahi stated, “At no point has there been any official communication regarding Niger’s withdrawal or exit from the MNJTF.”
Highlighting the collaborative efforts of member countries in the fight against terrorism and insecurity, the MNJTF warned that such insinuations undermine commitment.
The statement urged media outlets and individuals to verify information from credible sources before dissemination.
“The MNJTF is committed to promoting peace, security, and stability in the region, and we emphasize the importance of accurate reporting to maintain public trust and confidence in our collective efforts,” the statement concluded.
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