The boundary between Chad and Nigeria is an 85 km straight line through Lake Chad connecting the modern-day tripoints with Niger in the north and Cameroon in the south. It was originally established by French and British colonial administrators in 1906 and demarcated by them in 1911. Chad and Nigeria maintain the border and an active joint demarcation commission.

Chad – Nigeria land boundary map

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