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Another Chibok girl has escaped from Boko Haram captivity

Another Chibok girl has managed to get out of Boko Haram’s grasp.

Chibok girl; With Lydia’s rescue, the army has now recovered eighteen females, leaving roughly ninety still unaccounted for.

Major General Waidi Shuabu, the Joint Taskforce’s Theatre Commander, told reporters at the theater’s headquarters that the Chibok child was saved on April 17, 2024.

Lydia Simon made her getaway with two daughters and a boy in tow.

She claimed that during her time in captivity, she was married to three different men; however, two of them passed away and the third is still alive in the Mandara Mountains.

She maintained that the three men she married were the parents of her three children.

“The fathers of each of these kids are different. The first one I married passed away in a brawl. I wept for him and then married my second husband, who also passed away in a battle. I wept for him and then wed the third man who lives in the highlands. They merely preach to us; they do not compel us into marriage.

“I left six Chibok females in the Mandara Mountains when we moved from Sambisa Forest, where there are a lot of Chibok girls.

“My spouse gave me permission to see my sister when I told him I was going. We think too much, so even if I want to go back to school, I worry that my brain won’t be able to process the material,” Lydia remarked.

With Lydia’s rescue, the army has now recovered eighteen females, leaving roughly ninety still unaccounted for.

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