About 80 students of the Government Girls’ Secondary School in Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State, abducted by the
Boko Haram insurgents on Monday were reportedly rescued on Tuesday and Wednesday morning by a group of vigilante, local hunters and soldiers.
The joint security team pursued the insurgents in search of about 100 girls they abducted.
DailyPost gathered that the insurgents, who were carrying the school girls in Tipper Lories, got stuck in the bush while they were trying to crossover some muddy area between Chibok and Askira/Uba.
“They were scattered in the bush when the vigilante and local hunters found them. Some of them were wounded, some were with fracture, which I believe was as a result of jumping from the high vehicle, but we are happy that our children have been rescued.
“Now we are praying for those who are still with the Boko Haram; our prayer is that every father will have his child back”, he said.
He added that his daughter Hajara was sound and healthy but weak stressing that “our children told us that when they started running, the insurgents didn’t shoot them.
“They allowed those who could run to go but those who could not run either as a result of fear or wound are still with them in the bush. My daughter said the abductors were over one hundred and that the girls were 243; she said the insurgents asked them to count themselves”.
Source: Daily Post.