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SEE photograph of released Chibok girls

World renowned news channel, CNN, has released what it termed the exclusive photograph of the Chibok girls heading to Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.


Though CNN did not state where the photograph was taken, it showed about five girls fully clad in hijab, walking alongside a man in Army camouflage.

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The Presidency has confirmed that the Department of State Services now has 21 of the girls, who were kidnapped by members of Boko Haram on April 14, 2014, in its custody.

The girls are due to be handed over to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

10 Comments on SEE photograph of released Chibok girls

  1. Wao!!!that very nice


  2. Thank God for the life


  3. Very good one


  4. Good job


  5. This is a very good news. Congratulations to the families of these girls and Nigerians!


  6. All these girls must have been desecrated by these hoodlums. Unfortunately, millions in the North East who claimed to be victims of the Boko Haram Sect do not openly criticize them. Meanwhile, others are killing themselves over the pitiable conditions of these refugees.
    While the army continue to tell us that Boko Haram has been depleted, the refugees numbers are increasing even without new areas being liberated. One is not going to be surprised that Northerner with their usual able body men and women beggars in the streets of Southern States, it is hoped, that persons not affected are joining real refugees to get free food or support. After all, their feudal system had rendered majority of the popular to hand to mouth condition both in favorable times, and are not new to converging and receiving handouts as a way of life. Remember Bakinzuo era in Kano State where he used Government money to feed thousands of people daily, who trunks into Government house for food, clothes and handout, cash.


  7. Oguntoyinbo Olajide // October 13, 2016 at 7:45 pm // Reply

    Thank God


  8. This is commendable! May the Lord pave way for others to receive their freedom.


  9. Don’t tell different thing latter


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