Boko Haram Discharges 21 Chibok Schoolgirls in Nigeria 2 Years After the fact

Over two years after their snatching, 21 of the missing Chibok schoolgirls have been discharged by Boko Haram in upper east Nigeria, an administration representative said today. 
The arrival of the young ladies, in a predetermined number is the result of transactions between the organization and the Boko Haram handled by the Universal Red Cross and the Swiss government," presidential representative Garba Shehu said in an announcement. "The names of the discharged young ladies takes after without further ado."

The effective transactions check the principal significant leap forward since the Islamic activist gathering hijacked 276 young ladies from a school in the residential area of Chibok in Borno state April 14, 2014. A portion of the young ladies have figured out how to escape at the same time, even with today's arrival of 21, the destiny of about 200 others stays obscure.

Some are accepted to have been executed in the Nigerian military's airstrikes on Boko Haram.

Shehu said the transactions with Boko Haram will keep on securing the arrival of the rest of the young ladies. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari respected the young ladies' discharge however he "forewarned Nigerians to be aware of the way that more than 30,000 kindred nationals were executed by fear based oppression," Shehu said in an announcement.

Pogu Bitrus, a town senior in the Chibok people group, affirmed to ABC News that the town got expression of the young ladies' discharge today and is anticipating their entry.

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