The army said the Boko Haram terrorists were arrested with 27 sachets of Tramadol tablets, 3 sachets of chocolate the sum of N5,000.
An army commander, Lucky Irabor disclosed this on Wednesday, January 11.
Irabor, who is the theatre commander of Operation Lafiya Dole, made this known at the weekly review of the Operation Rescue Final at Maimalari Cantonment in Maiduguri, Borno state capital.
He said: "On January 3 at about 1240hrs, 4 women and 13 children were apprehended by vigilantes at Buni Yadi and were later handed over to our troops.
"Preliminary investigation revealed that the women were wives of Boko Haram terrorists who fled from Sambisa forest as a result of our operations. All suspects are in our custody undergoing investigation.
"On January 9, a surrendered Boko Haram member was identified as a male sympathiser and spy in Monguno area. We also identified two wives of Amir (Boko Haram Commander) from the arrested members."
"On January 5, at about 1030hrs, following a tip-off, troops and the civilian joint task force arrested four Boko Haram suspects at Shuwari village."
He named the suspects as Modu Auwami, Mamye Modu, Usman Kachanawa and Mallum Maji.
"During preliminary investigation, some local witnesses identified Auwami as one who provided medical treatment to injured terrorists," he said.
"The other three suspects claimed they were abducted by the terrorists and that they only spent few days in their camps."
According to him, the suspects are now in the army’s custody undergoing further interrogation.
He said all the suspects confessed to be members of the sect, claiming they came to town to buy Tramadol tablets.
The army commander added that they were arrested with 27 sachets of Tramadol tablets, three sachets of Cowbel chocolate and the sum of N5,000.
He also said that on January 5 at about 1130hrs 119 Nigerian IDPs - 20 male adults, 25 female adults, and 74 children - were handed over to Nigerian troops at Banki by the Cameroonian forces.