No fewer than six girls escaped from Boko Haram terriorists' camp with nine children and one of the girls has been impregnated by the terriorist.
According to TVC news, the Borno State Governor, Babangana Zulum has received the girls and the children in his office. They were said to have been abducted on 3rd of October 2020.
Presenting the escaped girls who were aged between 20 and 25 years old, the Women Affairs's Commissioner, Zuwaira Gambo told the governor that the girls ran away from Boko Haram camp at Yadi area of Yobe State and trekked through the sambisa forest for about six hours before they were rescued by security operatives.
Meanwhile, Governor Zulum expressed his joy, thanked Allah for their safe return. He said further, "Government is doing everything possible to ensure speedy reconstruction and reintegration all victims of Boko Haram terriorists into the society.
Terriorism and banditry have been the major security challenges in the Northern region of the country in the recent time.
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