Another Chibok Girl Escapes From Her Abductors, Calls Her Father


 Chibok Girls

One of the dad and mom of one of many kidnapped Chibok ladies has confirmed that his daughter, recognized as Halima, has escaped from her captors.

Chairman of the Abducted Chibok ladies’ group, Ali Nkeki, confirmed this to Channels Television on Friday.

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Nkeki mentioned Halima’s father personally confirmed that he spoke along with his daughter on the cellphone and he or she instructed him she was with the army in Maiduguri.

Nkeki mentioned that they had not been formally contacted nor have they got particulars of circumstances surrounding Halima’s escape.

“I am currently on my way to meet Halima’s father to discuss with him and understand what exactly is going on. For now, we don’t know much,” Nkeki instructed Channels Television.

The father of the most recent escapee lives in a village some 50 kilometres away from Chibok.

Attempts to achieve the Media coordinator of the Operation Lafiya Dole, Colonel Ado Isa, proved futile as his cellphone line was switched off.

Channels Television gathered from different sources that a number of different ladies additionally escaped from their captors, however solely one in all them is from Chibok.

A complete of 276 schoolgirls had been kidnapped from their hostel in 2014 by a bunch of gunmen, sparking worldwide outrage.

Fifty-seven of them escaped, the federal government was in a position to negotiate some others’ rescue, whereas 102 are nonetheless in captivity.

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