FG Releases Names Of Freed Chibok Girls


The Federal  Government has finally released the names of the 21 freed Chibok girls released by Boko Haram on Thursday.

The released school  girls are a part of the 200 who were abducted by Boko Haram in 2014. The girls were freed after negotiations between the Nigerian Government and Boko Haram which was brokered by the Red Cross and the Swiss government.

The government also disclosed that a 20 month old baby (born to one of the girls in captivity) was also part of the freed Chibok girls.

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Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu, released the names late on Thursday after the girls met with Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.

The names are:

  1. Mary Usman Bulama
  2. Jummai John
  3. Blessing Abana
  4. Lugwa Sanda
  5. Comfort Habila
  6. Maryam Basheer
  7. Comfort Amos
  8. Glory Mainta
  9. Saratu Emannuel
  10. Deborah Ja’afaru
  11. Rahab Ibrahim
  12. Helen Musa
  13. Maryamu Lawan
  14. Rebecca Ibrahim
  15. Asabe Goni
  16. Deborah Andrawus
  17. Agnes Gapani
  18. Saratu Markus
  19. Glory Dama
  20. Pindah Nuhu
  21. Rebecca Mallam

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