The Ghana Immigration Service has come out with the faces and names of people related to the terrorist group Boko Haram after a jail break incident in Nigeria earlier this month.
On July 6, the Kuje Maximum Security Prison detainees in Abuja, Nigeria, broke jail. As indicated by Nigerian specialists, somewhere around 443 out of 879 detainees who got away from jail are still on the run.
Reports say the terrorist group was behind the escape, which saw the utilization of very good quality explosives and firearms, liberated each of the 64 Boko Haram-connected detainees at the jail.
In a delivery to its regional commanders, the Ghana Immigration Service uncovered that considering the ongoing relocation patterns of Nigerians inside the sub-locale, the vast majority of the escapees will probably endeavor to enter Ghana through both endorsed and unapproved routes.
The following are the names and faces of the 18 of the wanted people.