[News] Freed Dapchi Girls Receiving Treatment In Hospital

The kidnapped students of Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, had been released by Boko Haram.

At least 100 girls were kidnapped from their hostels on February 19 through a faction of Boko Haram loyal to Abu Musab Al-Barnawi, son of the past due founding father of the fear organization, Yusuf Mohammed.

The Chairman of the Abducted Girls Parents’ Forum, Alhaji Bashir Manzo, told our correspondent that the women were released.

However, he has no longer ascertained the number of those freed through Boko Haram.

A prominent member of Dapchi Community also confirmed that they’re currently taking the ladies’ roll name.

“As I talk with you, we are presently seeking to take the roll name of the ladies to envision the precise number,” the supply stated.

The girls’ launch coincided with a unity go to of parents of the kidnapped Chibok women who are currently in Dapchi.

A safety supply stated: “Boko Haram militants drove into Dapchi and dropped off the girls on the heart of the city and went back and not using a shot fired at them. We have been requested to go away our camp that’s the equal direction that Boko Haram followed to drop off the women.”

A citizens stated the ladies are presently receiving remedy on the General Hospital in Dapchi.

“The ladies are searching horrible. Most of them are on drip due to the fact they very exhausted and underfed, ” a medical employees at the sanatorium said.

Speaking on wide variety of women released, some other protection source stated some of the dad and mom took their youngsters away right away Boko Haram dropped them.

“We are having demanding situations getting the exact wide variety of women launched due to the fact some of the mother and father came and took their youngsters away immediately Boko Haram came and dropped them off. We are looking to retrieve a number of the women now however it’s miles difficult,” he stated.

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