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    Sunday, October 16, 2016

    We stay without food for one month, 10 days – Chibok Girls

    We stay without food for one month, 10 days – Chibok Girls
    We stay without food for one month, 10 days – Chibok Girls

    The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, and Minister of Women Affairs, Hajiya Jummai Alhassan, went to the administration. The young lady, who talked in Hausa dialect, said that their survival in imprisonment was a demonstration of God.

     "I didn't realize that a day like this will come that we will move and expressing appreciation to God among individuals. "For one month and 10 days we stayed without sustenance. I barely got away bomb impact in the timberland.

    "We are imploring God to touch the heart of Boko Haram to atone and we are approaching Nigerians to supplicate and quick for the arrival of our staying ones in bondage,'' she said. while the administration was going on, the guardians of the liberated young ladies arrived the scene and were brought together with their friends and family after more than two years of their kidnapping.

     With the landing of the guardians the earth was accused of feeling and tears of satisfaction. NAN reports that the guardians took swing to address the gathering and said thanks to President Muhammadu Buhari and all Nigerians for their endeavors and petitions towards the protect of their girls.

    The Chairman of Chibok Local Government Council, Mr Yaga Yarakawa, said the arrival of the young ladies was "notable'' and the Chibok people group at home and in the Diaspora were glad about the improvement.

    Yarakawa said in spite of perspectives of a few Nigerians, the 21 liberated young ladies were the real Chibok Secondary School young ladies seized by Boko Haram. "Prior to their snatching, I was included in administering their sustaining which was sorted out by the Borno State Secondary Schools Feeding System. So I know them exceptionally well.

    "These are the genuine young ladies and you can see when their folks came, you see their bliss, it show actually. "This is sufficient to let you know that it is a reality and anyone who say diverse things or questioning, might be the individual has an alternate plan by and large,'' he said.

    Yarakawa spoke to the administration to set up all fundamental apparatus to guarantee the arrival of alternate young ladies. Talking in same vein, Mr Yakubu Nkaki, the Chairman of Abducted Chibok Girls' Parents Association, expressed gratitude toward the President for the arrival of the young ladies.

     He said from the physical looks of the young ladies clearly they were not radicalized as asserted by a few people. He likewise exposed the claim that a hefty portion of the young ladies were pregnant.

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