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Sunday, August 08, 2021

Chibok Girl Reunites With Family After She And Alleged Husband Surrendered To Nigerian Military.

Borno State Governor, Umara Zulum, on Saturday in Maiduguri, received Ruth Ngladar Pogu, one of the over 200 schoolgirls abducted seven years ago at a Government Secondary School in Chibok.

Ruth, alongside someone she was said to have married during her captivity, surrendered themselves to the Nigerian military on July 28, 2021, at a location in Bama.







Under Zulum’s supervision, security and government officials kept the development secret and used the last 10 days to contact her parents and the association of parents of the missing schoolgirls in order to ascertain her identity.

Zulum’s spokesman, Malam Isa Gusau, said the governor received the Chibok girl at the Government House in the presence of the overwhelmed parents who reunited with her.
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*OMG she came back with two kids!!!

22 comments:

  1. But she came back. Thank GOD

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    1. Thank God for this one. Also bring back Leah and the others.

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  2. Thank God she is reunited to her family. Na wa o

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  3. This is a total mindfuck. An abducted little girl returning with a husband and two children - a complete family. It's sad.

    So, she'll continue life with the husband or go back to her parents or go it alone now that she's sort of regained her freedom? This life sha

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  4. I can't begin to imagine all they went through. Lord have mercy.
    Thank God for her safe return. I look forward to reading about the safe return of the others

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  5. Thank God she is back.
    So disheartening to know this girls were taking just to be their sex partner's/ slaves and baby mama.

    I WEEP FOR MY COUNTRY NIGERIA

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  6. Should I be happy or sad about this news ?

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  7. This country is messed up. I hope she gets all the necessary help......she should be in a rehabilitation center for now.

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    1. Amarachi with C8 August 2021 at 16:13

      This Country is messed up! How can she move on like this? She didn't bargain for this. Government failed her.

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  8. Made a mother against her will. Denying her of a chance to get education. Thank God for safe return.


    Lovelace

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  9. I need to share baskets here 🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺
    Gobernor
    Aso lock
    (porous)security against (us)
    This is what happens to your citizens when you cannot police your state.
    Education that you weren't giving this girl has been truncated for 7 years; a time
    when she is supposed to have graduated from university, gotten a good job, gotten married to the Love of her life
    and had kids. Instead, her innocence/virginity stolen, she was forcibly married by her abductor, raped for 7 years and her faith stripped from her. What a shame! You people need more basket to use to build ASO LOCK 🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺

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  11. I thank God for her parents. In spite of everything, they will still be happy to have her back alive

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  12. So now will the govt sue the hausband for kidnaping, raping, impragnating, e.t.c. The man who cohabitated her or he will be pardon as well, taking his family withth him?

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  13. The food insecurity they created is biting them in their hideout, more of them will still surrender. Useless lots, they said they are Boko haram but all what they use to fight the war was made through technology which will not be possible without education. Deplorable people

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  14. Hmmm, thank God for safe return

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  15. Thank God she came back alive.

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  16. I feel indifferent about this news. Knowing how the Nigerian government handles things, I hope they rehabilitate her cos she's entirely a new person after she was gone for 7 years and back with a whole family.
    If she's not given the proper care she deserves then we should be ready for the results in the coming years.

    I'm happy she's back and I wish her and her family well💔💔💔

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  17. Chibok girl came back as Chibok Mother.
    What a shame, Nigeria failed this girls and i just wish people from the North especially can wake up. They suffer the most. Hmmmm

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  18. If I am her, I will abandon the husband and kids. Begin to live my life. Sorry but not sorry

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    1. I completely get you. The fact that Nigeria will not try this mad rapist for his war crimes tells us all we need to know. If anyone of th we ladies murders the products of rape they were forced to have now, some people will be quoting different verses.

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  19. This who are still competing to meet up with north in backwardness? Continue, and those who didn't know that some child soldiers are recruited against there will continue to compare Nnamdi Kanu with them. I just hope they will not Buhari for there folly in future, like Biafra war have only being about Yoruba and Hausa genociding another tribe. Least I forgot I am still nwa new Ala Owerri

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