Latest report says 30 out of more than 200 Chibok girls abducted on April 14 have escaped with the help of the hunters.
According to the information obtained by The Cable Wednesday morning, along with the Chibok female students 2 more Boko Haram captives managed to run away.
The military source,who pleaded anonymity, was quoted saying:
“All 32 escapees and the hunters who helped them to escape are currently with soldiers.”
Official confirmation is yet to be provided.
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It would be recalled that the girls were abducted almost three months ago. Some of them managed to flee shortly after the kidnap, with the majority however still being held in captivity.
In the videos released by the sect leader Abubakar Shekau claimed responsibility for the mass abduction claiming the students had been converted to Islam.
The crime caused both national and global outrage, with world powerful sources having joined the Nigerian military in the find-and-rescue operation.
During the yesterday’s briefing on the current situation the country authorities insisted the girls’ location had been identified and promised they would be brought back home safe soon.