- A female student who escaped from Boko Haram's den in Borno, Juliana Christopher, said many female students were being molested by the insurgents
- According to Christopher, many small girls she met in captivity were either pregnant or nursing children belonging to the terrorists
- Though she was able to escape, Christopher's abduction led to her father's death and she now lives in an IDP camp with no means to further her education
Juliana Christopher, a female student abducted from a Borno school by Boko Haram insurgents, says many students in the terrorists' den have been impregnated.
Christopher, a student of the College of Business and Management Studies in Konduga, was kidnapped in 2014 and spent three weeks in captivity before she luckily escaped.
“On reaching their camp, we met many young girls there and the whole place was in disarray. It was in 2014 and I was in the Boko Haram camp for three weeks. We met Chibok girls in the camp. While in the camp, I saw so many small girls, who were kidnapped. Some were being molested.
“Some were carrying children, while others were pregnant for the Boko Haram insurgents. It was a disgusting thing. Fortunately for me and some other girls, we escaped from the forest and found our way back to Chibok.”
Christopher said she can no longer continue her education because the news of her abduction led to her father's, noting that her mother could not bear the cost of her schooling and that of her other siblings
She now lives in an Internally Displaced People (IDP)'s camp.
Meanwhile, the federal government has 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.
She said some other released Chibok girls are set to write the forthcoming Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE).