The journalist who was declared wanted alongside two others over the alleged links with Boko Haram, Ahmad Salkida is in the custody of the Department of State Services. Salkida, a Borno-born Dubai-based journalist, who was declared wanted by the Nigerian Army last month, was arrested at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, on Monday afternoon shortly after his flight landed.A security operative, who spoke to Punch on condition of anonymity on Monday, said, “When we declared him wanted, he said he was willing to return to Nigeria but only on the condition that we send him a flight ticket. His Nigerian passport had expired but the Federal Government instructed the Nigeria Immigration Service not to issue him a new passport because he could run away after getting the passport. So, he was given an Emergency Travel Certificate, which allows the holder to travel only to his country of citizenship. With nowhere to run to, he had no choice but to return. So, immediately he boarded the plane from Dubai, we started waiting for him at the airport.” It is unclear if Salkida would be transferred to the custody of the Nigerian Army.