The two Moroccan cyclists who went missing in Burkina Faso have been found

The two Moroccan cyclists who went missing near the Burkina Faso-Niger border were located on Saturday. An armed gang abducted the two Moroccans near the boundaries of the two nations.

The two men, Abderrahmane Serhani and Driss Fatihi, who were abducted on April 1 by an armed group close to the Niger and Burkina Faso borders, have now been freed.

Their freedom was made possible by the security collaboration between Morocco and Nigeria, which took approximately 4 weeks to locate the location where the kidnappers were imprisoning them.

Despite being under medical observation, they are safe and healthy and soon will return to Morocco. According to reliable sources, the two Moroccans are now in Niamey.

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