EU Donates 2 Long Range Drones As 2nd Batch of MNJTF Sector 1 Drone Pilots Troops Graduate


.... FC says,  MNJTF Enhances Surveillance Capability to Achieve Mandate 

The Force Commander of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF)Maj Gen Ibrahim Sallau Ali has presented a donation of two long-range drones and a vehicle by the European Union through the Stablac Project of COGINTA Nongovernmental Organisation. 

General Ali presented the donation at the graduation ceremony of the second batch training of drone pilots for troops in Sector 1, which took place in Ndjamena on Friday 20 October 2023.

Military Public Information Officer, Lt Col Abubakar Abdullahi in a press statement said Gen Ali expressed gratitude for the partnerships formed with the European Union, emphasizing the importance of collaboration in advancing the objective of the MNJTF.

He announced that the MNJTF is actively enhancing its surveillance capabilities to achieve its mandate. 

He reaffirms the dedication of the MNJTF to fulfill its mandate commending the collective effort of all sectors within the MNJTF to work together in enhancing regional security. 

It could be recalled that a similar donation of two drones and a utility vehicle was presented to Sector 2 Chad in July this year. 

The MNJTF has the mandate to create a safe and secure environment in the areas affected by activities of Boko Haram and other terrorists groups. Facilitate implementation of overall stabilisation programmes by Lake Chad Basin Commission member states and facilitate humanitarian operations.

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