Eight persons suspected to have taken part in the kidnap of the 276 Chibok schoolgirls in Borno state have been paraded by the Nigerian Police in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital.
The eight suspected Boko Haram terrorists who are among 22 persons paraded, were said to have been arrested by operatives of the Inspector General’s Intelligence Response team in Borno, Adamawa and adjoining communities.
The suspects are alleged to have masterminded over 50 suicide bomb attacks within Maiduguri and Adamawa.
They (suspects) also launched several other attacks leading to the death of thousands of Nigerians.
The students of the government secondary school in Chibok were captured by the members of the terrorist group on April 14, 2014, an incident that triggered international outrage and campaign for the rescue of the schoolgirls.
So far, 112 of the girls have regained their freedom, mainly following negotiations between the Federal Government and representatives of the terrorist group.