The Army yesterday declared three persons wanted under the Terrorism Prevention Act 2011(as amended), following Boko Haram’s release of a fresh video in which it restated its conditions for freeing the Chibok girls.
Declared wanted are a journalist, Ahmed Salkida, a former Boko Haram negotiator, Hajia Aisha Wakil, and a non-governmental organisation (NGO) promoter, Ahmed Bolori.
They are accused of withholding information that could unravel the abducted Chibok girls’ location.
A statement by Army spokesman Col. Sani Usman said: ”The world is quite aware of the abduction of several persons; women, children and men, including the female students of Government Secondary School Chibok, Borno State by Boko Haram Terrorists group. Consequently, appeal was made for their unconditional release by the Federal Government. The military also made concerted efforts to rescue them.
“We also appeal to Nigerians that have any information to volunteer to the military or security agencies to enable us rescue them.
In a related development, Ahmed U Bolori has however turned himself in by presenting himself to the Nigerian Army at Maiduguri, Borno State, an online report says
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