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Faces Of Salkida, Bolori, Wakil Wanted By Nigerian Army Over Boko Haram Video


Below are the faces of the two men and one woman wanted in connection with the abduction of 218 Chibok schoolgirls over two years ago, by Boko Haram terrorists.
On Sunday, army spokesman, Colonel Sani Usman accused the trio of links with the Boko Haram terrorists. He also said they know where the Chibok girls are being kept.
He said that two recent incidents indicated that the trio have information on the conditions and the exact location of these girls.
The army therefore, declared the two gentlemen and the lady wanted for interrogation.
“We are relying on the relevant laws of the land and in particular the Terrorism Prevention Act 2011 (as amended) where Nigerians could be punished for failure to disclose information about terrorists or terrorist’s activities.
“This has become necessary as a result of their link with the last two videos released by the insurgents and other findings of our preliminary investigations,” the statement said.
Usman said that there was no doubt that these individuals had links with the insurgents.
The statement however, urged them to come forward and tell the army where the group kept the Chibok Girls and other abducted persons to enable the army rescue them.
“We are therefore, calling on all Nigerians and peace loving people to give us useful information on their whereabouts.
“We are also liaising with other security agencies for their arrest if they failed to turn up,” it said.

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Ahmed U. Bolori and
Aisha Wakil


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