Nigerian officials arrested for Boko Haram attacks
Nigerian authorities have arrested a number of officials, accusing them of carrying out attacks for an Islamist militant group.
The military said they had captured an immigration officer who confessed to being an active member of Boko Haram.
His confession led to the arrest of a number of other officials.
Boko Haram has killed hundreds in northern and central Nigeria since 2009, when it launched a campaign to install an Islamic state.
Will Ross reports from Lagos in Nigeria.
29 Sep 2012