List: BBOG releases names of remaining 112 Chibok girls in Boko Haram captivity

List: BBOG releases names of remaining 112 Chibok girls in Boko Haram captivity

Seven years ago, Nigeria was thrown into state of confusion following the kidnap of 276 female students who preparing for their final year examination from a school in Chibok, a local government area in Borno state by Boko Haram.

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Almost ten years after the incident, 164 out of the 276 abducted schoolgirls were said to have regained freedom.

To commemorate the 7th anniversary of the abduction, the Lagos chapter of Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) movement during a sit-out in Ikoyi, released a list containing the names of 112 schoolgirls.

List: BBOG releases names of remaining 112 Chibok girls in Boko Haram captivity
Bring Back Our Girls has released a list containing the names of 112 Chibok schoolgirls still in captivity. Photo credit: @BBOG_Nigeria
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According to The Punch, BBOG listed the following as the remaining schoolgirls in Boko Haram captivity:

1. Aisha Lawan

2. Hauwa Mutah

3. Falta Lawan

4. Hajara Isa

5. Kabu Mala

6. Maryam Abba

7. Hannatu Musa

8. Laraba John

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9. Deborah Nuhu

10. Saratu Dauda

11. Aisha Grema

12. Asabe Ali

13. Margret Shettima

14. Yana Yidau

15. Hauwa Kwakwi

16. Hauwa Musa

17. Saraya Musa

18. Hauwa Joseph

19. Yana Pogu

20. Jinkal Yama

21. Eli Ibrahim

22. Rifkatu Yakubu

23. Hannatu Nuhu

24. Maryamu Abubakar

25. Hamsatu Abubakar

26. Deborah Abbas

27. Rhoda Haruna

28. Hauwa Wuleh

29. Hauwa Nkeki

30. Christiana Yusuf

31. Raklya Kwamta

32. Christiana Yusuf

33. Halima Gambo

34. Rhoda John

35. Hassana Adamu

36. Ruth Ngiladar

37. Safiya Abdu

38. Serah Luka

39. Aishatu Musa

40. Hauwa Peter

41. Ruth Bitrus

42. Hanatu Ishaku

43. Mary Amos

44. Victoria Dauda

45. Saratu Thuji

46. Mary Dauda

47. Saratu Iliya

48. Halima Ali

49. Bilkisu Abdullahi

50. Rebecca Ibrahim

51. Zainab Yaga

52. Awa Ali

53. Hanatu Madu

54. Sarah Samuel

55. Mary Nkeki

56. Hauwa Isuwa

57. Godiya Bitrus

58. Awa Sasa

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59. Hauwa Balte

60. Glory Yaga

61. Mary Paul

62. Ladi Paul

63. Ruth Lawan

64. Laraba Mallum

65. Ruth Wavi

66. Rahila Yohanna

67. Ihyi Abudu

68. Lydia Simon

69. Zara Ishaku

70. Rejoice Sanki

71. Deborah Abari

72. Sikta Abudu

73. Saraya Ali

74. Maryamu Lawan

75. Esther John

76. Ladi Joel

77. Lydia Emmar

78. Rose Daniel

79. Hauwa Abdu

80. Laraba Paul

81. Esther Ayuba

82. Mary Dauda

83. Margret Watsal

84. Miriam Jafaru

85. Kuma Solomon

86. Agnes Dauda

87. Mary Dama

88. Patience Jacob

89. Tabi Thomas

90. Hauwa Tella

91. Maryamu Yahaya

92. Saraya Stover

93. Jummal Aboku

94. Elizabeth Job

95. Suzana Yakubu

96. Mary Sule

97. Saratu Thauji

98. Ladi Wadal

99. Yayi Abana

100. Kwamta Kabu

101. Grace Amadu

102. Saraya Paul

103. Esther Markus

104. Rifatu Amos

105. Nguba Bura

106. Monica Enoch

107. Sarah Enoch

108. Rifkatu Galang

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109. Dorcas Yakubu

110. Deborah Solomon

111. Solomon Pona

112. Saraya Amos

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the federal government said that some of the released Chibok schoolgirls are excelling in many universities across the country.

This was disclosed by the minister of women affairs, Pauline Tallen, on Thursday, April 15, in Abuja.

Other released Chibok girls are set to write the forthcoming Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE).

Source: Legit

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