FG Begins Release of Detained Boko Haram Suspects
A number of persons being held in connection with terrorist activities will any moment from now be released from Detention in line with the amnesty programme being put in place for the Boko Haram sect members by President Goodluck Jonathan administration., the Defence Headquarters has said. This it said is consequent upon the directives of President Goodluck Jonathan.
In a statement signed by the Director, Defence Information, Brigadier General Chris Olukolade said the release of the detained suspects is to further enhance the peace effort being worked out by the presidential committee on dialogue and reconciliation.
“The move is in furtherance of the Federal Government position in response to requests by the Presidential Committee on Dialogue and Reconciliation. The measure which is in line with Presidential magnanimity to enhance peace efforts in the country will result in freedom for suspects including all women under custody”, the statement said
“Details of the directives and those to benefit from the gesture the statement added has been communicated to field units and the Joint Task Force for release their various state governments.
The statement said: “The beneficiaries will be released to the State Governors who will be involved in further rehabilitation before these suspects are released to their respective community leaders/relations.”
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