A reported total of 27 people were handed over, including Egyptians implicated in a terrorist cell that killed five Sudanese intelligence officers in September 2021.

Neither country has announced the exact number or names of those Brotherhood affiliates. However, some media outlets have reported that among them is Akram Abdel Badih Ahmed Mahmoud, who was sentenced to death in absentia in Egypt for attempting to blow up the Suez Canal in 2009. Mahmoud is also a member of a cell accused of bombing the Dakahlia Security Directorate in December 2013, an accident that killed 16 people. The Egyptian government accused the Brotherhood of being behind the attack and has since listed it as a terrorist organization and banned all of its activities.