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Names of Freed Chibok girls released

The Nigerian government has released names of the 21 girls released by the
radical Islamic sect, Boko Haram.

The 21 girls were among the over 200 girls kidnapped from Governments
Secondary School, Chibok in 2014.

Senior Special Assistant-Media & Publicity in the Office of the Vice
President, Mr. Laolu Akande revealed the names of the 21 girls as Mary
Usman Bulama, Jummai John, Blessing Abana, Luggwa Sanda, Comfort Habila,
Maryam Basheer, Comfort Amos, Glory Mainta and Saratu Emmanuel.

Others are Deborah Ja’afaru (baby: Bukar Amos), Rahab Ibrahim, Helen Musa,
Maryamu Lawan, Rebecca Ibrahim, Asabe Goni, Deborah Andrawus, Agnes
Gapani, Saratu Markus, Glory Dama, Pindah Nuhu and Rebecca Mallam.

They were released as part of negotiation between the Nigerian Government
and Boko Haram.


Source: PointblankNews


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