'Only 30 Kidnapped Chibok School Girls Are Still Alive'

Ahmad Salkida, the only journalist with access to Boko Haram, has revealed that 30 Chibok girls in captivity are still alive. According to Salkida, many of the abducted girls have married and some their husbands were killed during a face-off with the Nigerian army. The government haS dismissed Salkida's claim, saying the facts available to the government indicate that all the remaining 100 girls in Boko Haram captivity are alive.

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