Breaking:Boko Haram 'Returning Christian Girl to Dapchi

Alan Olson
March 26, 2018

Then four weeks ago, Boko Haram kidnapped 110 girls from a school in Dapchi in the biggest mass abduction since the Chibok capture which prompted worldwide outrage and the global campaign #bringbackourgirls.

The Nigerian government confirmed that 101 of the girls seized in Dapchi on February 19 had been freed.

The terrorists shocked the world when they invaded Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno state in April 14, 2014 and kidnapped 276 pupils.

On a visit to Dapchi last week, Buhari had promised the girls would be returned.

Though distraught that Leah remains a prisoner, her parents and the pastor of her church are very proud of her.

"I feel very, very sad".

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"We believe the news of the girl's release is true because the body language of the security personnel, police and military, indicates the girl is on her way home", said another resident, Tijjani Goni. But Leah, a staunch Christian, had refused to renounce her religion and was left behind.

"They said that three girls fell (out of the trucks) and into the river on their way to (the) Sambisa (forest hideout of Boko Haram). This strategy paid off as the girls have been released without any incidents", he continued. The released schoolgirls confirm Boko Haram fighters warned them they would be kidnapped again if they went back to school. "Even today if my daughter comes, I can send her to school tomorrow. Due to the prayers of the nation, I feel Leah will be released".

"This cheering and hearty development signifies our commitment to the security and well-being of all Nigerians", Buhari said after posing in Abuja for a group photograph with the girls, who spent a month in Boko Haram captivity.

The President also praised the International Community and other who offered varying degrees of assistance during the backchannel communications, as well as the security agencies for their loyal and tireless efforts in ensuring the girls return safely.

Northern socio-political group, Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, has backed President Muhammadu Buhari's plan to grant unconditional amnesty to repentant Boko Haram members.

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