Abducted School Girl Rescued From Boko Haram, 97 Others Saved

Abducted School Girl Rescued From Boko Haram, 97 Others Saved

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Nigerian Special Forces Thursday cleared an area held by the terrorist group Boko Haram and rescued 97 women and children that were being held captive.

An Army spokesman, Sani Kukasheka Usman, at first claimed that one of the youth, Serah Luka, was one of the Chibok Government Secondary School girls that were abducted on 14th April 2014 by the terrorists, but the campaign #BringBackOurGirls has clarified that although she went to the school, she wasn’t part of the group of 218 children that gained worldwide attention.

However, one of original girls was indeed found this week with her baby and said all, but six of her classmates, were still alive and in the Sambisa forest where she was found. The girl named Amina Ali-Nkek (above) met with the Nigerian president this week.

During her debriefing Miss Luka said that three other girls fled from the area when the troops invaded the area, and killed 35 terrorists.

This comes one month and a half after the Nigerian army rescued more than 800 Boko Haram Hostages in late March.

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