Federal High Court Jails 45 Boko Haram Suspects

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Federal High Court Jails 45 Boko Haram Suspects

At least 45 members of the Boko Haram have been sentenced to between three and 31 years in jail for terrorism.

This is contained in a statement issued on Friday by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, and signed by his Special Adviser, Mr Segun Adeyemi.

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The jailed men were among the 575 Boko Haram suspects arraigned under the first phase of the mass trial of the suspects.

He said 34 cases had been struck down while 28 suspects were remanded in custody for trial in capital Abuja city and central Minna town.

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He said 468 suspects in the case were freed since they had "no case to answer"; they would be asked to undergo "de-radicalization and rehabilitation" programs before they get permission to get reunited with their families.

Following the conclusion of the day's proceedings, the court adjourned the trial of other suspects to January 2018.

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The trial commenced with the formal remand by the court of 1,669 suspects for a period of 90 days, with the court ordered that they should be arraigned within the specified period or released unconditionally.

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