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DON’T MISS THIS! What Boko Haram Did To Chibok Girls In The Forest Revealed By Community Leader (Details below)



Following the recent call by Nigerians to secure the release of the remaining Chibok girls who are still in captivity, a community leader in Borno State has come out to reveal what the terrorists did to the Chibok girls in houses.

It’ s been seven years since the abduction of at least 276 Chibok girls from the Government Girls Secondary School in the Chibok community. In 2014, the infamous Boko Haram insurgents stormed the Government Girls Secondary School GGSS in Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State and abducted 276 female students.

The abduction of the Chibok girls happened during the administration of the former President of the federal republic of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Johnathan. Since then, most of the 276 abducted girls were released, while a total of 112 chibok girls are still in captivity.

Meanwhile, earlier today, Ayuba Bassa, the National Coordinator of Gwoza Christian Community Association, GCCA, revealed what the Boko Haram insurgents did to the Chibok girls.

In an interview on Channels Tv breakfast program, the community leader, Bassa, stated that the Boko Haram insurgents divided the 276 abducted Chibok girls into groups, and kept them in houses. He also added that the insurgents kept the chibok girls in houses for several weeks and also taught them how to recite scriptures.

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Bassa further stated that the abduction of the Chibok girls remains fresh in the memory of the Gwoza residents who were unable to act when the Boko Haram Insurgents kidnapped the Chibok girls.

During the interview, Bassa blamed the federal government for its inability to go the extra mile to rescue the Chibok girls. However, he believes that the abduction of the girls was an act to frustrate the then President of Nigeria, Goodluck Johnathan.

Meanwhile, the Special Adviser and media aide to the President, Garba Shehu, reassured Nigerians that the remaining Chibok girls would soon be released.