Troops of the 202 Battalion of the Nigerian Military in Borno State have rescued two more schoolgirls kidnapped from the Authorities Girls’ Science Secondary College in Chibok by Boko Haram terrorists in 2014.
The Director of Military Public Relations, Maj. Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, who disclosed this whereas briefing journalists on the progress made by the military within the conflict in opposition to insurgency within the North-East on Wednesday in Abuja, stated the two girls had been rescued alongside their youngsters believed to have been fathered by their abductors.
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The girls had been rescued only one month after two different victims of terrorism escaped from the insurgents.
The military spokesman revealed that the girls and their youngsters had been taken to a medical facility for intensive remedy after which they’d be handed over to the state authorities for onward reunion with their households.
Over 100 out of the 276 girls kidnapped from their hostel by the terrorists on April 14, 2014 had regained their freedom.
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