Abuja - The Nigerian Army has sent out a stern warning to three suspects implicated in a new video circulated by Boko Haram.
According to a Naij report, two of the suspects, identified as Ahmed Bolori and Aisha Wakil, had initially agreed to cooperate with security officials but have been reported to have reneged on their original agreement.
A statement signed by Army Spokesperson Colonel SK Usman has revealed that the duo will only provide information based on their demands being met.
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In a threatening reply, Usman stated that the Nigerian Army is determined to gain insight from them and as a result, will only engage with the pair on terms stipulated by operatives.
Although not much information was provided regarding the third suspect, Ahmed Salkida, it is believed that he is in Dubai with his family, Sahara Reporters confirms.
Salkida has since contacted Army officials and asked that they expedite his travel home by providing him with an invitation and travel ticket, should they require information from him.
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