Nigeria's Chibok Girls Held in Northern Cameroon, Parents Say
Parents of the missing Chibok girls have alleged that at least 57 of their daughters have been seen in two villages in Cameroon. The girls were reportedly seen by other female captives who at different times were kept by the insurgents in the villages in the northern part of the country.
Premium Times, 30 October 2018
Parents of the abducted Chibok school girls on Tuesday said only six girls were sighted in Sambisa forest as against 57 indicated by media reports quoting one of the parents. Read more »
Daily Trust, 28 October 2018
Fifty-seven Chibok school girls being held by Boko Haram have been sighted in two villages in Cameroon, parents of the abducted girls told Daily Trust on Sunday yesterday. Read more »
The abduction of the 276 girls by Boko Haram on April 14 in 2014 sparked a global outcry. The girls were sleeping at their school, awaiting exams, when they were taken. Although ... Read more »