Boko Haram reportedly release 21 Chibok girls to FG

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Degraded Boko Haram group, has reportedly released about twenty-one of the abducted Chibok school girls to the Nigerian Government.


Recall that the Islamic sect had in 2014 abducted over 200 girls from their dormitory in government Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State.

According to reports, the girls were picked up by military helicopter from Banki area of the state where the terrorist group dropped them off earlier today.

Calls put across to the Army Spokesman, Sani Usman went unanswered. However, response to a text message forwarded to him is still being awaited as at the time this report was filed.

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5 thoughts on “Boko Haram reportedly release 21 Chibok girls to FG

  1. How is it possible for a group which the Army said is no longer in existence and we were shown videos of their last bombardment in Sambisa forest now come together to release 21 girls? This story is poorly packaged.

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  2. The Nigerian Army I know never said that there's no more BH, what I heard the army say was that BH has been degraded & that BH is no longer holding any part of Nigeria.

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