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Nigeria; 21 female students released from Boko Haram

Nigeria; 21 female students released from Boko Haram

Nigeria; security forces of Nigeria has taken a vital success in the war against the so called Islamic organization Boko Haram as forces has released about 21 female students who were kidnapped by the Boko Haram Militants in 2014. 270 Schoolgirls were kidnapped from Chibok Nigeria, by Boko haram and the whole world had been condemning the incident and eyes were on Nigerian government.

Garba Shehu said the release was “the outcome of negotiations between the administration and Islamist militants”. Currently all the students are in the custody of security forces.


It also sparked one of the biggest global social media campaigns, with tweeters using the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls.

Spokesman of President said on twitter that international organization red cross and Swiss government has played a very important role in the talks with Boko haram. According to some credible international news agencies government has released four terrorist in the exchange of girls.

It adds that the 21 schoolgirls were driven to a military base in ICRC vehicles, and the militants were also transported by the ICRC. “I can only weep, right now. You know that kind of cry that is a mix of multiple emotions,

“Obiageli Ezekwesili, one of the leaders of the #BringBackOurGirls movement, has tweeted in response to the news.

The president has also tweeted a reaction saying that he welcomed the release “following successful negotiations”.

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