Boko Haram Army releases one of 3 persons declared wanted

Bolori was said to have regained his freedom on Wednesday, August 17.

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Ahmed Salkida, Aisha Wakil and Ahmed Bolori play

Ahmed Salkida, Aisha Wakil and Ahmed Bolori

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The Nigerian Army has released Ahmad Bolori, one of the three persons declared wanted in connection with the Chibok girls’ abduction, Vanguard reports.

Bolori, who turned himself in after he was declared wanted, was said to have regained his freedom on Wednesday, August 17.

Bolori, alongside  Ahmed Salkida, a journalist, and Aisha Wakil were declared wanted by the military following the release of the latest Boko Haram video, which showed some of the kidnapped chibok girls.

A civil society group, Stand Up Nigeria (SUN), had accused the trio of supporting the terrorists instead of carrying out their jobs as journalist, negotiator and activist.

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It said from his antecedents, Salkida has overstepped his journalistic boundaries, adding that if he has no affiliation with the insurgents, he would have, as a matter of national security, divulged the information available to him to security agencies.

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