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Rescued Chibok girl says 6 of her colleagues are dead



Rescued Chibok girl reveals that 6 of her colleagues are dead
 Amina Ali, one of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram fighters who was found days ago by the Civilian JTF has revealed that six of her other colleagues are dead.
The rescued girl according to Hosea Abana Tsambido, of the the Chibok community, revealed when she was discovered that some of her other colleagues had lost their lives in the forest of Sambisa.
“She was saying… all the Chibok girls are still there in the Sambisa except six of them that have already died.”
Brig. Gen. Victor Ezugwu, The General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division Nigerian Army, who has handed over the girl to Governor Kashim Shettima, said the girl will be officially declared found by President Buhari.
“I want to further confirm to you that, we have found one of the Chibok girls but we plead for your understanding on this issue, we need to give her time to rest as you can see she is traumatised and nursing a baby.
“The governor has told us that he did not want to take credit for this and will hand over the girl to Mr. President who will in turn unveil her to the nation,” Ezugwu said.
Amina who hails from the town of Mbalala, south of Chibok, from where 25 of the kidnapped girls came from  briefly re-united with her mother before she was transferred to Maiduguri and is now in the custody the state governor who has promised to hand her over to President Buhari today (Thursday).



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