Photos: Chibok Girl Found Alive In Sambisa Forest Rescued, Boko Haram Husband Arrested

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May 18, 2016 – Pictures: Chibok Girl Found, Rescued Inside Sambisa Forest, Boko Haram Husband Arrested

Rescued Chibok Girl Said 6 Of The Have Died While Others Are Still Alive Inside Sambisa Forest

By NaijaGists.com

The military has released the photos of one of the Chibok girls found alive inside Sambisa forest.

Amina Nkeki was found by some hunters working with the Nigerian military inside Sambisa Forest on Tuesday night.

Amina who is currently in the custody of Nigerian soldiers in Damboa axis of Borno after meeting her parents said 6 of the girls have died while others are still alive in different parts of Sambisa forest.

Her husband said to be a top commander of the dreaded terror sect was also arrested during a clash with the JTF in Kulakaisa axis of the evil forest yesterday.

19-year-old Amina now has a baby for her terrorist husband. She was seen today feeding her baby boy.

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The innocent girls were forcefully abducted by Boko Haram on the 15th of April 2014 while writing their WAEC examination at a girls college in Chibok, Borno State.

8 thoughts on “Photos: Chibok Girl Found Alive In Sambisa Forest Rescued, Boko Haram Husband Arrested

  1. My question is, why are those chibok always giving birth to baby boy? I know its not their fault but why is it happening?

  2. After kidnapping the innocent unsuspecting girls who was never allowed to have access to freedom to their normal lives again, they (bh) then shared the girls among themselves as thieves always shares their loot.

    Hmmmmm one found more are expected…

    I take a stroll…

  3. I hope there will be counselling provided for this young lady and others that please God will return in due time. Proper counselling will assist them heal mentally. Imagines girl being”married” without any of her relatives giving her hand in marriage; then having to have a first baby under what knows the condition and without the comforting presence of familiar older women to help put her through the paces as a first time mother.

    Even so, welcome back our Chibok princess!

  4. In addition to Aunty Koks submission, it would help the poor girl if her parents or guardians relocate her to an entirely different neighbourhood where she is not known, otherwise her people may drive her with stigmatization into doing something rash. I hope we still remember the case of another Chibok girl like her who said she felt like commiting suicide because of her unfriendly neighbours that were ill-disposed towards her because of her child. It was even so bad that they rejoiced when the child died.

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