One of the three persons declared wanted for having connections with members of the Boko Haram sect, Aisha Wakil, has been handed over to the Department of State Services, Television Continental is reporting.
This was just as the military said it has granted bail to the wanted persons, a report by PRNigeria on Thursday said.
Wakil, Ahmed Bolori and Ahmad Salkida were on Sunday declared wanted by the military for having connections with the Boko Haram insurgents.
This followed the release of a video by Boko Haram in which some of the abducted Chibok girls were featured.
Shortly after they were declared wanted on Sunday, Bolori reported himself at the Army Headquarters in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.
He was told to return home and report back on Monday, which he did.
In Abuja, Wakil, a lawyer, turned herself in at the Defence Headquarters on Monday.
On Thursday, TVC in one of its news highlights said the DSS had taken in Wakil.
This was shortly before PRNigeria said the military had granted administrative bail to both Bolori and Wakil.
PRNigeria said it learnt that the bail was granted after the accused met some conditions, including turning in of their international passport.
A top military officer, who plead anonymity, also disclosed that the investigation is still ongoing.
Salkida, who resides in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, is still being expected in the country.
He had said in a statement that if the military provides him with a flight ticket, his return time would be faster.