The Nigerian government says it is set to continue the trial of suspected terrorists in October. Trial of various cases of alleged terrorism were suspended since the annual vacation of judges across the country began in July.

But on Sunday, the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Shehu Malami, said the trials will now begin on October 9.

“All is now set to begin the arraignment of suspected Boko Haram suspects in various detention
facilities in the country,” he said through a statement by his media aide, Salihu Isa.

“It is slated to kick-start tentatively on Monday, October 9, 2017.”

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