From Timothy Olanrewaju, Maoduguri
Two more Boko Haram have laid down their arms and surrendered to the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF). 
MNJTF spokesman, Lt Col Abubakar Abdullah in a statement on Sunday from the N’Djamena, Chad’s capital and headquarters of the force, said the two former combatant surrendered themselves to the troops of Sector 3, Monguno, northern part of Borno.
“They relinquished various items, including 250 rounds of 7.62mm special ammunition, 50 rounds of 7.62mm NATO ammunition, and a 9mm PARA round, among other personal belongings,” Abdullahi announced.
He said the two Boko Fighters ages 17 and 18 who hail from Kukawa Local Government of Borno State gave up their terrorism activities on Saturday 13th April.
The lastest surrendered fighters increased the number of those who laid down their arms to the military in various parts of Borno State.
On March 26,  two commanders of Boko Reportedly surrendered to the MNJTF troops.
 Lt Col Abdillahi said the continue surrendering of the terrorists underscore the “effectiveness of the diverse non-kinetic measures the MNJTF has implemented to promote safety and security in Lake Chad basin region impacted by Boko Haram.”