Photo: Another Chibok Girl, Pastor’s Daughter Rescued As Army Frees 97 Women From Boko Haram

another chibok girl rescued

May 20, 2016 – Picture: Second Chibok Girl, Pastor’s Daughter Freed As Nigerian Soldiers Rescue 97 Women From Boko Haram

The Nigerian troops have rescued another Chibok girl from the net of Boko Haram two years after her abduction.

Borno-based Pastor Luka’s daughter, Serah Luka was one of the 97 women rescued around 11:00am yesterday.

serah luka

She is currently receiving medical attention.

17 thoughts on “Photo: Another Chibok Girl, Pastor’s Daughter Rescued As Army Frees 97 Women From Boko Haram

  1. This is a pleasant news. But the unpleasant aspect of it the damage this book haram sects has done to them both physically and mental. Welcome home.

  2. Nice one frm our gallant soldiers,,,
    dis kind of news really makes someone day,,
    we really need more of dis

  3. This is another Presidential guest, as an initial rehabilitation strategy. Adequate protection should be provided for the freed Chibok girls as their husbands and boko haram members cannot be trusted now, owing to pains of envisaged disengagement from their free wives. All freed Chibok girls should be given the best attention, and best school to complete their education for their brighter future. This is the only way, I believe, they can forgive their captors, and be useful to their parents and society.

  4. Politics is a sweet game. So u r now releasing the girls one by one after two years. One tin am nt sure of is I taught dey said dis girls are no longer in dat forest dat dey have all being sold out but y are dey now in d same forest. 9ja for life

  5. mehn i can’t see any real story in dis chibok girls rescued rubbish,this is what APC led government want to use to divert nigerians attention from the current problem of fuel hike and hardship we r into.all na false.

  6. I just hope all dis recent news of chibok girls release is not a scam bcos i can not see any vivid evidence of all dis claims.
    But all praises if it is a thing of reality.

  7. @Cuis, Buzu-k and John Emeka, I have to admit that sometimes I ask myself those questions you guys raised here. Starting from how more than 200 girls were successfully abducted from a school all the way to Sambisa Forest without being intercepted, everything is either an outrageous April-Fool scam or a mistry larger than life.

    Just consider this: the news had it that all of them were preparing for their sinior WAEC. 268 or so. We all know that people enroll in formal education in the north far less than they do in the south. So how come their SS3 students were up to that number when you may not get that much down south?

    I am not trying to put the lie on their claim of rescuing the Chibok girls: only thinking out loud.

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