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I Was With Chibok Girls For Seven Years Some Were Married Off While Others Were Not- Adamu Rugurugu

Former Boko Haram war commander Adamu Rugurugu recently admitted in an interview that he saw the Chibok girls and watched them being married off. He stated that they were his neighbors and that they lived next to him in the same forest. According to Rugurugu, I was with the Chibok for seven years, some of them were married off while others were not.

The Chibok girls were treated more like wives of the Commanders than like queens, Rugurugu revealed. He mentioned leaders like Abu Halid, Abu Mutaheed, Auwal Munzul, Abdul Rahman, and others as the spouses of the wedded Chibok girls. He  disclosed that they were married in different locations within Sambisa forest, including Takwalla, Jimiya, Gobara, and Garin gwai-gwai.

When questioned about seeing Chibok girls, he responded,

The ex-Boko Haram leader went on to say that wives of commanders are respected because their husbands are in charge of the loots and spoils, which are distributed fairly. However, when He tried to take seven of the Chibok girls with me, their husbands disapproved and warned him never to speak to them again.

In 2014, the Chibok girls were abducted from their school in Borno state, Nigeria. The incident sparked international outrage, with the global community demanding their immediate release. While some of the girls were finally released, several remain missing with no idea where they are.

Rugurugu's revelation sheds light on the fate of some of the Chibok girls, confirming earlier reports that some of them were married off to Boko Haram commanders. The news is likely to further raise concerns about the plight of the remaining girls and the need for the Nigerian government to take decisive action to secure their release.

Adamu Rugurugu's description of the situation of the Chibok girls sheds light on the harsh reality of life under Boko Haram's reign of terror. It underscores the importance of coordinating efforts to put a stop to the terrorist group's activities and ensure the release of all abducted people in the region. The Nigerian government must do more to protect its citizens and prevent similar kidnappings by the group.

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Abu Halid Abu Mutaheed Auwal Munzul Rugurugu Sambisa


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