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Names of 82 freed Chibok Girls

by Breaking Timeson May 8, 2017
1. Kwatah Simon 2. Grace Dauda 3. Junmai Paul 4. Tabita Pogo 5. Yanke Shetima 6. Junmai Miutah 7. Juliana Yakubu 8. Mary Yakubu 9. Ruth Kolo 10. Mairawa Yahaya 11. Rachael Nkeke 12. Fibi Haruna 13. Asaba Manu 14. Esther Usman 15. Filo Dauda 16. Awa Abga 17. Lydia Joshua 18. Naomi Bitrus 19. […]

#BBOG statement on release of 82 Chibok girls

by Breaking Timeson May 7, 2017
The Nigerian Presidency has confirmed through a statement from the Presidency that 82 of our missing 195 #ChibokGirls have been released via a negotiated deal through the combined effort of security agencies, the military, the government of Switzerland, the Red Cross, local and international NGOs.  The statement also conveys that the girls are due to […]

80 Released Chibok Girls exchanged for Boko Haram detainees

by Breaking Timeson May 7, 2017
President Muhammadu Buhari will today at the State House, Abuja receive the 82 Chibok schools freed by their abductors yesterday in exchange for unspecified number of Book Haram detainees.  President’s spokesman, Garba Shehu, announced this last night after the girls regained freedom from their Book Haram captors three years in captivity. Shehu said Buhari thanked […]

JUST IN: 80 Kidnapped Chibok Girls Freed By Boko Haram

by Breaking Timeson May 6, 2017
Islamist terrorist group, Boko Haram, has released a batch of more than 80 of the Chibok high school girls who were abducted in mid-April 2014 sources have revealed. The release is coming barely few days after the military said it wounded Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau in an air strike. According to the source, the […]

Jonathan, Chibok Girls, British Offer and the Dwarf Emperor of Kaduna

by Breaking Timeson March 10, 2017
By Jude Ndukwe A namby-pamby London-based newspaper that goes by its appropriate name, “Observer”, falsely observed that former President Goodluck Jonathan purportedly rejected an offer from the British government to help rescue the abducted Chibok girls during the Jonathan administration. This is not the first time a foreign based newspaper would stoop so low to […]