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Wanted Boko Haram alleged sympathiser surrenders himself to military

By Olaolu Oladipo, Lagos

One of the wanted sympathisers of the dreaded sect, Boko Haram, Mr. Ahmed Umar Bolori has surrender himself to the Nigerian Army.

Bolori, alongside two others had been declared wanted by the top hierarchy of the military for allegedly being a sympathiser of the sect.

Reacting to the declaration in a series of post on his facebook page, Bolori who is a graduate of the University of Maiduguri blamed the military, saying it (the military) engaged in deliberate mischief by the action.

“I have received several calls that the Nigerian Army have declared me and other 2 wanted! What kind of system is this that you’ll be declared wanted without behaving been informed? If there’s any problem, invite me and I’ll honour your invitation. Besides, I don’t know what crime I’ve committed!”

He added that “Whatever the case, I have contacted the Army to provide a venue and they are yet to respond as expected.”

Bolori however kept his words when he reported to the military in Maiduguri on Monday, in another post he wrote “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.

“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! 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.”

When he met with the leadership of the army, he wrote, “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!”

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