Sunday, May 22, 2016

Boko Haram poffers to release Chbok girls in return to avoiding execution

       Recent reports according to The Times said,the Boko Haram terrorist group who abducted over 200 school girls from Chibok in 2014 reportedly want to negotiate with the Nigerian government. They are offering to release the remaining kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls in return for avoiding execution. Two of the girls were rescued recently. It is believed that only a third of the abducted girls are still alive.  The Times reported that senior members of the terrorist group said

       "We want to surrender because things are getting worse," said Amir Muhammad Abdullahi, who is reportedly Boko Haram's second in command. He said no side was winning the battle and that only a third of the girls remained as "the rest have been martyred".

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