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CHAI!: Chibok Girl Released By BokoHaram, Susan Ishaya Is 4-Months Pregnant

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One of the abducted Chibok girls found dumped near a police station in Mubi, Adamawa state is four months pregnant and suffering from psychological trauma, Chairman of Chibok Community in Abuja, Tsambido Hosea Abana told Journalists on Thursday.
A police source said the abducted girl was dumped there by insurgents. Abana who spoke to Journalists through telephone confirmed that the girl was among the abducted Chibok girls and that she has been moved to Adamawa State Police Headquarters in Yola.
He said the girl is suffering from trauma and there are signs of physical abuses on her body, saying he believed the insurgents subjected their captives to horrible physical and sexual abuses. “She is actually one of our daughters abducted from Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok.
She was found in Mubi where her abductors dumped her and was later taken to Yola, the girl is four months pregnant,” Abana said. Sources at the Police Clinic in Yola confirmed that she was on admission at the clinic where she received treatment but was taken to the Police headquarters in the morning.
However, a source said the girl might have been referred to a bigger hospital for advanced medical attention.
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Michael Haa declined comment on the matter, saying the military has taken charge of security in the state since the declaration of State of Emergency by President Jonathan in 2013. Attempts to speak to the Army Public Relations Officer, Captain Jafaru Nuhu were not successful as his phone was switched off.

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