A Lokoja Chief Magistrate’s Court has ordered that two alleged Boko Haram computer specialists and a herbalist be remanded in Police custody.
The trio, and their medicine man, Ahmed Momoh, were arraigned for belonging to the terrorist group.
The Chief Magistrate, Levi Animoku, who issued the remand order in his ruling on the arraignment of the accused in Lokoja, described the allegations against them as “dreadful.”
Animoku said the activities of members the terrorist group had terminated many lives in the country, adding that the crimes allegedly committed by the accused were heinous in nature and carried high penalties.
The case has been adjourned to September the 28th.