FG releases names of 21 freed Chibok girls


The Federal Government has published the names of the 21 Chibok girls rescued from Boko Haram on Thursday October 13, 2016.
According to the statement released to the press through the office of the Vice President, the names of the girls are:

Mary Usman Bulama, Jummai John, Blessing Abana, Luggwa Sanda, Comfort Habila, Maryam Basheer, Comfort Amos, Glory Mainta, Saratu Emmanuel, Deborah Ja’afaru (baby: Bukar Amos), Rahab Ibrahim ,Helen Musa, Maryamu Lawan, Rebecca Ibrahim, Asabe Goni, Deborah Andrawus, Agnes Gapani, Saratu Markus, Glory Dama, Pindah Nuhu, Rebecca Mallam


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