The Nigerian Army has freed Ahmad Bolori,one of the three persons declared wanted by the military on Monday.
A family source confirmed to Vanguard around 10:30pm that Bolori was freed by Defence Headquarters after being interrogated and found to be innocent of the offence he was accused of.
“Bolori was taken from Maiduguri and interrogated in Abuja by the military but has just been released having been found innocent of the alleged offence,” a close family member, Kaka, told Vanguard.
Bolori was declared wanted along with a Dubai-based Nigerian journalist, Ahmad Salkida and Aisha Wakil over claims they were accessory to Boko Haram information and whereabouts of missing Chibok girls following the latest video released by the terrorists on Sunday showing some of the terrified girls in an unnamed location.
Some sources close to the matter had expressed shock with the army action, saying the three Nigerians were in a position to help find a way out of the debacle instead of being labelled as villains.