One Pregnant: Six girls escape from Boko Haram camp with nine children
Gov Babagana Umara Zulum, reportedly received another set of six girls who escapes from Boko Haram custody.
The three of them were abducted on the 3rd of October 2020, while the other ones were abducted on 5th of May, 2021.
It could be recalled that on 14th April, 2014, armed Boko Haram members invade Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok and went away with over 240 female students, since then more than half of them escaped or were released, with many still in captivity
Commissioner for Women Affairs, Hajiya Zuwaira Gambo, “said the victims who were freed, ran away from Boko Haram custody at Buni Yadi axis of Yobe State and trekked through the Sambisa forest for about six hours before they were rescued by security operatives.
Takulashu village of Chibok are Maryam Ishaya with one child, Racheal Simon with two children, and Esther Ayuba with two children, while Alheri Ezekiel has two children,. Victoria Andrew and Victoria James also with two children were abducted from Cofure village, Hong town in Adamawa State.
Governor Zulum, who expressed happiness over the new development recieved the freed school girls and their children in his office at the Musa Usman Secretariat, Maiduguri.