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Boko Haram Video: Military grants bail to suspects

By News Express on 18/08/2016

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The Nigerian military has granted administrative bail to Ahmed U. Bolori and Aisha Wakil, the Persons who made themselves available to the military authority after being declared wanted.

A PRNigeria report said that the bail was granted after the suspects “met some conditions, including submission of their international passport.”
“A top military officer, who plead anonymity also disclosed that the investigation is still ongoing while expecting the return of the third wanted person, Ahmed Salkida who resides in Dubai United Arab Emirate (UAE),” the report said.
It recalled that the three Nigerians were declared wanted after the recent release of video by Boko Haram terrorists group purporting to show some of the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls.
•Photo shows a scene from the contentious Boko Haram video of the abducted Chibok girls

Source News Express

Posted 18/08/2016 4:16:22 PM





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