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Nigerian Army Frees 121 Girls Abducted by Boko Haram

Fully kitted soldiers about to leave Nigeria for Mali
Fully kitted soldiers about to leave Nigeria for Mali
One hundred and twenty-one girls out of the students abducted by Boko Haram from Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State have been freed by soldiers.

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Director of Defence Information , Major-General Chris Olukolade had said in a statement that some 129 students were abducted on Monday night by a group of terrorists but eyewitness say there were about 200 girls.

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Reports monitored Thursday on Channels said 121 girls have been freed while about 14 of the girls escaped on their own and arrived home safely. Six of the girls are said to be still missing.

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Meanwhile, security forces had been directed to continue with the tempo of offensive on the fleeing members of the sect.

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