- Two Chibok girls lit up social media with their graduation photos after finishing their programmes at the Southeastern University in Florida
- The ladies' photos generated some reactions after they were shared on Twitter by tweep with the handle @OnyeAjuju
- Some Nigerians on social media were quick to share their opinions about the ladies' graduation
Two Chibok girls identified as Joy and Lydia have graduated from Southeastern University in Florida and their adorable graduation photos have lit up social media.
The photos were shared by a tweep with the handle @OnyeAjuju who said hearing Lydia lay out her ambitious future plans is an absolute joy.
"Thrilled watching two of the Chibok girls, Joy and Lydia, graduate from Florida Uni. America has restored that which the Nigerian Moloch sought to claim. Hearing Lydia lay out her ambitious future plans is an absolute joy, a confident young woman ready to take on the world."
Nigerians on Twitter soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Tweep with the handle @OnyeAjuju wrote:
"Not to forget the girls who are still in captivity. They’re sadly among the millions of young people denied their youth,education & opportunity by Nigeria. Perhaps one day,those who think Nigeria’s illusory unity is worth this level of human sacrifice will come round.Perhaps."
"Courtesy of the last USA administration."
"Their mates in Nigeria Flag of Nigeria are on strike."
Legit.ng previously reported that Chibok girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents in Borno since 2014 escaped from captivity.
The parent of one of the escapees, Halima Ali, informed Daily Trust on Thursday, January 28, that he had been contacted by security officials on the development.
Confirming this, the secretary of the Chibok Parents Association, Lawal Zannah, revealed that he got news of the escape but was yet to ascertain the number.
“We heard that some of our girls have escaped from the forest, but we are yet to get the detail about their number.”