One of the missing Chibok girls identified as Amina Ali Nkeki that was found by a vigilante group on Tuesday in Sambisa Forest, close to the border with Cameroon has revealed that six of her school mates have died while others are still being held hostage at Sambisa forest.

One of the missing Chibok girls identified as Amina Ali Nkeki that was found by a vigilante group on Tuesday in Sambisa Forest, close to the border with Cameroon has revealed that six of her school mates have died while others are still being held hostage at Sambisa forest.

One of the missing Chibok girls identified as Amina Ali Nkeki that was found by a vigilante group on Tuesday in Sambisa Forest, close to the border with Cameroon has revealed that six of her school mates have died while others are still being held hostage at Sambisa forest.

 

The head of the civilian fighter which is part of the Civilian Joint Task Force, Aboku Gaji said that he recognized the girl on first sight and he ordered the fighters to take her to his house.

Amina was reportedly recognised by a civilian fighter. She told her rescuers that six of her abducted colleagues had died while others were being held in Sambisa Forest by their abductors.

The fighter belonged to the, a vigilante group set up to help fight Boko Haram.

“The moment this girl was discovered by our vigilantes, she was brought to my house. I instantly recognised her, and insisted we should take her to her parents.

“When we arrived at the house… I asked the mother to come and identify someone. The moment she saw her, she shouted her name: ‘Amina, Amina!’ She gave her the biggest hug ever, as if they were going to roll on the ground, we had to stabilize them.

“The mother called the attention of other relations to come out and see what is happening. The girl started comforting the mother, saying: ‘Please Mum, take it easy, relax. I never thought I would ever see you again, wipe your tears. God has made it possible for us to see each other again.’

Amina is currently in Maiduguri, the capital of Nigeria’s Borno State. The General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division Nigerian Army, Brig. Gen. Victor Ezugwu, who brought her to Shettima announced that the young girl will be taken to President Mohammadu Buhari to present her to the Nigerians.

 

 

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