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2 Chibok Girls Escape From Sambisa Forest

Two of the Kidnapped Chibok School girls have escaped from the camp of their Boko Haram Captors in Sambisa, Borno State.

The girls were able to escape on Sunday following serious military operations in the area. A security source revealed that the escapees were identified as Hauwa Mutah and Esther Markus.

“One is from Chibok and the other one from Dzilang village,” he said.

This has reduced the number of Chibok schoolgirls in captivity from 98 to 96.

Penultimate week, the head of the Intelligence Unit of the Joint Military Task Force, Operation Hadinkai, Colonel Obinna Ezuipke, gave the number of the remaining Chibok girls in captivity as 98.

In his breakdown, Ezuipke said, “Out of the 276 abducted Chibok girls, 57 girls escaped in 2014 while 107 girls were released in 2018. Three girls were recovered in 2019, two in 2021 and 9 were rescued in 2022, bringing the total of 178 girls out of captivity and 98 rem aining in Boko Haram captivity.”

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