14 Chibok girls now mothers
By Guardian Exclusive
30 November 2022 | 7:21 am
These are some of the Chibok Girls abducted in 2014 by Boko Haram terrorists and later rescued by the Nigerian military. On Tuesday, 29 November 2022, some of them were presented to the public and The Guardian’s Leo Sobechi witnessed the presentation.
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