Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.

Boko Haram: Wanted Bolori surrender to Nigerian Army


One of the three persons declared wanted for alleged links with Boko Haram, Ahmed Bolori voluntarily surrendered himself to the Nigerian army

on Monday in Maiduguri, Borno state.

Nigerian Army had on Sunday decleared Bolori alongside Ahmad Salkida, a journalist and Aisha Wakil, better known as “Mama Boko Haram” wanted.

Also, Salkida had indicated interest in submitting himself to Nigerian Army provided his return ticket from United Arab Emirate was sent.

Bolori who announced that he had arrived at the headquarters of the army in Maiduguri but was waiting to be attended to on his facebook later disclosed that he is in Nigeria Headquarters in Maiduguri waiting to be invited as scheduled.

He later stated that Nigerian Army is treating as friend in their office. 

“I’ve been here at the army command headquarters, Maiduguri, waiting to be invited in as scheduled. But yet, no response despite the text messages and calls I made to the army,” he said.

“I am a good citizen and so, I keep to my words. I said I will be here, and I am here! May God help us.”

After another hour, he said he still hadn’t been attended to.

“I have signed the visitors register since and I am still waiting to be taken in, although the Army guard doesn’t have airtime to contact his heads,” he wrote.

When he finally entered, he sent an updated again, writing: “The army is now treating me friendly and peacefully, as a nice colonel just took me to his office to drink tea. May God help us.”


Comments are closed.