One of kidnapped Chibok girls found

Chibok girls

Some of the Chibok girls

One of the kidnapped Chibok Girls has been found by members of a vigilante group seven hundred and sixty-four days after they were forcefully kidnapped from their school.

According to BBC reports, one of the missing school girls, Amina Ali Darsha Nkeki from Mbalala was found in Kulakaisa area at the fringes of Sambisa Forest after members of the civilian Joint Task Force clashed with Boko Haram fighters last night.

Tsambido Hosea Abana, a Chibok community leader in Abuja from the BringBackOurGirls pressure group, shared a tweet that the girl has been found while adding that six other girls were dead.

Amina who is already breastfeeding a baby confirmed that the abducted girls were still in the Sambisa Forest. Amina is currently with the Nigerian troops at Domboa after meeting her parents.

Yakubu Nkeki, head of the Abducted Chibok Girls Parents’ group, and Ayuba Alamson Chibok, a community leader in the town, also gave the same account to AFP.

“She met her parents, who recognised their daughter before she was taken to the military base in Damboa,”
Ayuba Alamson Chibok, a community leader in Chibok, told AFP.

“Her father’s name is Ali and the girl’s name is Amina. I know the family very well because I have worked with them, being a spokesman for the families of the Chibok girls.”

Yakubu Nkeki, head of the Abducted Chibok Girls Parents’ group, also confirmed her name and said she was 17 when she was abducted.

He added: “She’s the daughter of my neighbour… They brought her to my house.”