Following the release of over 279 school girls of the Government Girls Secondary School in Zamfara State, a 14-year-old girl narrated how she miraculously met her father and her elder sister who were equally kidnapped three months ago.
Earlier today, Daily Trust reported that the Government Girls Secondary School students who were abducted by bandits were released.
According to Daily Trust, a 14-year-old girl named Habiba Iliyasu narrated how she met her father and elder sister in the abductors' den.
Habiba narrated to newsmen that upon seeing her father, he strictly warned her to pretend like she doesn't know who he is or else they both will be killed by the bandits.
Habiba stated that her father was blindfolded when she met him in the abductors' den.
She said, "When the abductors took us to their hideout, I saw a man who was blindfolded but I didn't pay much attention."
"After a while, they lifted the blindfold on his face, and suddenly, I heard someone call my name."
"He looked at me and said, 'Habiba, is that you?"
"Yes, I replied with excitement."
"I wanted to hug him but he told me to remain calm and pretend like I do not recognise him", she added.
Habiba also stated that most of her friends who recognised her father were told not to talk to him, or else the kidnappers would kill them all.
Speaking to Daily Trust, Habiba said her father and elder sister were kidnapped about three months ago.
She said, "My father and elder sister were kidnapped for up to three months after some bandits raided our home. They also killed my uncle during the raid. We couldn't save them at the time because the bandits demanded a ransom that we couldn't afford."
"I am just thankful to God that we made it out alive", she added.
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Source of Information: Daily Trust
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