It may not really be a new fact saying that some misfortunes in our lives sometimes turn out to be a source of blessings to us.The situation that joy Bishara thought was the worst in her life, later turned to be the greatest fortune to her.Joy Bishara was one of the 276 Chibok girls that were kidnapped by the dreaded Boko Haram group in 2014.
I Had A Set Of Twins For A Boko Haram Member Before I Escaped, We Are Having Difficult Time - Halima
Halima Usman, one of the female students of Government Day Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, who was kidnapped along with hundreds of girls by the members of Boko Haram in 2014; has lamented on how difficult she finds it to take care of the twins she had for one of the Boko Haram members before she escaped. She lamented that despite spending 3 years in the Boko Haram's den before escaping, she is still living a difficult life, since she has lost her parents and siblings due to the crisis. One of the parents
As a Nigerian, you most definitely must have gotten tired of the unending issue of terrorism and kidnaps in Nigeria as a whole.Boko haram has been a threat to the Nigerian economy as a whole, the terrorist group alone has led to the death of thousands of lives, especially in the northern part of Nigeria, and many has been displaced from their homes and communities, due to the fear of getting abducted.
A former student of Chibok girls school who was kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014, Juliana Christopher has revealed what happened to many of the girls during her short stay in captivity.Juliana, who is now a student of the College of Business and Management Studies in Konduga, revealed that upon entering the camp, she saw many young girls who were nursing mothers or pregnant women bearing children for the insurgents.
Juliana Christopher, a student of the College of Business and Management Studies in Konduga who was kidnapped by the notorious terrorist group known as Boko Haram has narrated her story and explained what she saw while she was in the hands of the dreadful terrorist group.According to Juliana Christopher, she explained that she saw young girls who was either pregnant or with a baby in Boko Haram hostage after their abduction from their respective schools.
A young girl who escaped Boko Haram’s captivity recently, Juliana Christopher has revealed what she saw in the kidnappers’ den before she was able to escpae.The girl made her revelation during an interview with Punch News.SOURCE: Punch News, Link The girl, Juliana Christopher was a student of the College of Business and Management Studies in Konduga and she was kidnapped by Boko Haram Insurgents from her school in Borno State.
Picture of the Kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls.One of the escapee who escaped Boko Haram captivity has confirmed the fears of many Nigerians concerning the welfare of the Chibok girls who were Kidnapped by Boko Haram 7 years ago.According to the escapee who is a student of the College of Business and Management Studies, Konduga, Juliana Christopher, many of the Kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls she saw in the Boko Haram camp where either pregnant or nursing children belonging to the members of Boko Haram terrorists.
The attack and abduction of the Chibok girls in Borno State by the Boko Haram on April 14th, 2014 brought about tragedy in the country.Among hundreds of girls that were abducted, Joy Bishara was able to escape from the captivity of the terrorists by jumping down from the truck of Boko Haram in which the girls were being transported to the forest.
Following the recent kidnappings of school children by Boko Haram terrorist group, many Nigerians has expressed displeasure to the incidents that occurred. An escapee from the Boko Haram's den has narrated her story in what happened to most of the kidnapped schoolgirls and also how she escaped. She narrated that she saw many Chibok girls in the insurgent's camp and many of them were either pregnant or nursing children that belonged to the insurgents. According to reports, she stated that the insurgents stormed
One of the biggest tragedy that has befallen Nigeria in the last 10 years has no doubt been the abduction of the Chibok girls in 2014.You can only imagine the pain and plight of the families of the victims.Sometime in April 2014, Boko Haram stormed a secondary school in Chibok, Borno state.
A Student of College of Business and Management studies at Konduga, Juliana Christopher who escaped Book Haram's Den, granted an Interview organized by Punch and she reveals all she saw while she was in Boko Haram's Camp, before she escaped and found her way through to her Family. The young Lady experience affirmed the circulating reports about how Chibok Girls have been turned into Mothers by Boko Haram insurgents, and how many of the Kidnapped girls were maltreated and forced to do things against their will.
Today's Headlines: Why North Is The Safest Place For Igbos - Ohanaeze, FG Has Abandoned Chibok Girls Parent, school - Senator Ali Ndume
- Why North Is Safest Place For Igbo's - Ohanaeze The Igbo apex socio-cultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has confessed that the northern part of the country is the best place the Igbo's can live or have ever lived. He said that the states have accommodated the Igbo's and also has helped every one of them in developing businesses. The statement was revealed by Augustine Amaechi, Chairman of the Igbo Apex Socio-Cultural group. Despite the crisis going between the two ethnic groups, the northern region has been of
A youthful Nigerian student who got away from Boko Haram Terrorist group has shared her pitiful experience.As per Juliana Christoper of the College of Business and Management Studies in Konduga who was hijacked by Boko Haram, numerous Chibok young ladies in the agitators' camp are presently pregnant.
The 14th of April, 2021, marked 7 years the Chibok school girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram.The girls were preparing for their final exams in 2014 when the kidnaping happened.Initially, 276 girls were kidnapped by the terrorist group.164 girl had reportedly gained their freedom over the years, which left 112 students still in Boko Haram captivity.
Juliana Christopher was student of the College of Business and Management studies in Konduga.who was kidnapped by Boko Haram said, when she was Kidnapped she saw many Chibok girls there .According to her many student there were already pregnant for insurgent or nursing a child.Juliana said the Boko Haram insurgent dressed in military uniform stormed their school and kidnapped her, she spent three weeks in their camp.
It has been over seven years now, since the Chibok school girls were captured by Boko Haram.The Boko Haram terror group put so much fear into many civilians after this particular act.A total number of 276 female students were captured during the final exam preparation in Chibok a remote Local government are in Borno state.
The Bring Back Our Girls movement has named and released the names of 112 Chibok girls still held captive by Boko Haram insurgents, seven years after they were kidnapped.On the 14th of April, 2014, Boko Haram insurgents stormed Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno, abducting 276 schoolgirls who were studying for their final year exams.
In 2014, a terrible incident happened.This incident happened in Chibok, a community in borno state Nigeria.More than 200 girls were kidnapped during their exams.Some were released, some died, some were rescued by the Nigerian army.However, sadly some of them were never seen.
Today'ss Headlines: What FG should do for Chibok girls' parents- Ndume, Russia Bans FBI Head, Other Top Us Officials
1. Afaka Abduction: Kidnappers Demand N500m, Parents appeal to FGThe parents of the students that were Abducted by Bandits in Kaduna College, have Appealed to the Federal Government to help Rescue their children. Out of the 39 students that were captured by the Bandits, 10 of them have been released. The Bandits are now demanding that, the Parents of the remaining 29 Students, should pay the Sum of 500 million Naira otherwise, they will kill their children. A father whose two children were Abducted, pleaded
It has been 7 years since the terrorist group called Boko Haram invaded one of the boarding schools in the northern town called Chibok on the 14th of April in the year 2014. Among the hundreds of students that were abducted by this gathering of the frightened group were two ladies called, Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu. The ruthless terrorist group Boko Haram started shooting guns into the atmosphere to frightening these teenage girls while they started shouting, "Allahu akbar!" (Arabic for "God is great"), Flask