Nigeria Army Declares Salkida, Bolori, Wakil Wanted Over Latest Boko Haram Video
Posted On Aug 14, 2016
The Nigeria Army has declared Journalist believed to have links with the Boko Haram insurgents group, Ahmed Salkida wanted.
Also declared wanted are Ahmed Bolori and Aisha Wakil. Aisha Wakil was a member of the presidential panel on the Chibok Girls set up during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.
The army in a statement by Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman
Acting Director Army Public Relations, said the three Nigerians were declared wanted as a result of their link with the last two videos released by Boko Haram Terrorists and other findings of our preliminary investigations.
The statement added that ” two recent incidents have pointed to the fact that three individuals have information on the conditions and the exact location of these girls.
“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 Nigeria 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.”
“Therefore, the Nigerian Army hereby declare 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 terrorists activities.”
“This become necessary as a result of their link with the last two videos released by Boko Haram Terrorists and other findings of our preliminary investigations.”
“There is no doubt that these individuals have links with Boko Haram Terrorists and have contacts with them. They must therefore come forward and tell us where the group is keeping the Chibok Girls and other abducted persons to enable us 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.”
“We also appealed to Nigerians that have any information to volunteer to the military or security agencies to enable us rescue them.”