The Army in a post on its Twitter page on Sunday did not immediately give reasons for the announcement.
She is believed to have met with former President Goodluck Jonathan at the time as part of the negotiation, which later broke down.
Mr. Bolori is known as coordinator of the Fa’ash Foundation and the Partnership Against Violent Extremism (Pave).
He lives in Maiduguri, Boko Haram’s birthplace and the epicentre of its insurgency. He witnessed the rise of the terror group, which turned violent in 2009.IMG_3722
Security analysts told Premium Times the development might not be unconnected with the video that was released today, which the Army deemed as a propaganda for the Boko Haram sect.