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Boko Haram: Abubakar Shekau’s Name Resurfaces As Chibok Girls Speak About Sambisa Forest – Legit.ng

  • Revelations have been made about the caliber of prisoners still held by Boko Haram terrorists in the Sambisa forest
  • The revelations have been made made by two Chibok girls, Mariam, Dauda and Hauwa Joseph, who said they saw Abubakar Shekau, the late leader of the insurgents, before he was killed. Shekau personally saw

< p class="align-left">Two rescued Chibok girls, Mariam Dauda and Hauwa Joseph, kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014, have spoken about their ordeal in the Sambisa forest and how they were married to terrorists at a young age.< /p>

During a press conference at the Maimalari Cantonment Command-and-Control Center in Maiduguri on Tuesday, June 21, both girls said that they and other girls abducted were at the hands of insurgents have gone through hell, reports the Daily Trust.

While Mariam claims Having seen the late Abubakar Shekau, the leader of the terrorist group, in person when he was still alive, Hauwa noted that she had only seen him on a laptop, issuing orders to his subordinates.

Mariam said:

“Yes, I know him, I used to see the late Abubakar Shehau. Yes, there are other Chibok girls in the Sambisa Forest. They also got married, at least more than 20 are still there.

“I was 18 years old when they kidnapped us and I converted to Islam, I was a Christian but they converted us to Islam and married us out.

“We thank God we are finally out, we suffered after our husbands were killed, life was hell for us. We sincerely thank the military for rescuing him.”

However, Hauwa recounted:

“I’ve never seen him face to face, but I always have watched him on a laptop giving instructions to the fighters.”

Nigerian army discovers kidnapped Chibok schoolgirl in Borno

The woman was found in the Ngoshe area of the state found while troops were on patrol.

According to the Nigerian Army, Ngoshe is believed to be one of the abducted girls from GGSS Chibok in 2014.

Source: Legit.ng