Thursday, 13 October 2016

FULL LIST of freed Chibok girls

Nigeria releases names of freed Chibok girls (FULL LIST)
The Bring back our girls group yesterday hailed the Nigerian military in an official statement ...

The Nigerian government has released the names of 21 Chibok school girls released by Boko Haram on Thursday.

The girls were abducted by Boko Haram in 2014. They were freed after negotiations with their captors.
Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu, released the names late Thursday after the girls met with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
Here are the names made available by the government:
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


The Bring back our girls group yesterday hailed the Nigerian military in an official statement it released on the Negotiated Release of 21 ChibokGirls. The sratement reads, 

“We welcome reports from the Presidential Spokesperson, Garba Shehu, of the negotiated release of 21 of our abducted #ChibokGirls today. “This wonderful development confirms what we have always known about the capacity of our government to rescue our #ChibokGirls.

“While awaiting further details, we take this opportunity to salute the work of our security services at the front lines – the commitment, resilience and tireless efforts of our members of the Multi-national Joint Task Force and the civilian JTF. The statement signed Aisha Yesufu & Dr Oby Ezekwesilu added “We also thank the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Swiss government and all negotiators involved in securing the release. 
“Following this development, we trust that our government will continue to work to keep the safety, security, and well-being of the other girls a high priority. “We further urge the international community to continue to support our government’s effort to rescue all other abducted Nigerians, so that parents, the Chibok community, the nation, and the world can finally put an end to this nightmare once and for all.”