- One of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in 2014, Mary Ngoshe, has been discovered by the Nigerian Army
- The discovery was made in Borno by troops of 26 Task Force Brigade in Borno on Tuesday, June 14, during a patrol
- According to the force, in a Twitter post, Ngoshe was found with a little child believed to be hers
Soldiers of the Nigerian Army working in the 26 Task Force Brigade in Borno on Tuesday, June 14, intercepted Mary Ngoshe and her son.
The woman was found around the Ngoshe area of the state while troops were on patrol.
According to the Nigerian Army, Ngoshe is believed to be one of the abducted girls from GGSS Chibok in 2014.
The force said further exploitation is ongoing.
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Read the NA's statement in a tweet:
"Troops of 26 Task Force Brigade on patrol around Ngoshe in Borno State on 14 June 2022 intercepted one Mrs. Mary Ngoshe and her son. She is believed to be one of the abducted girls from GGSS Chibok in 2014. Further exploitation is ongoing."
2023: Nigerian Army boss makes woeful predictions, alerts soldiers before they happen
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt.-Gen. Faruk Yahaya had made some predictions that are most likely to emanate from the Nigerian political arena.
During a three-day second senior command and leadership seminar held in Rivers state on Wednesday, June 8, COAS Yahaya noted that things will get very tense in the Nigerian political landscape as preparations for the elections begin.
Categorically, the NA's boss predicted that activities like thuggery and hate speeches will be embarked upon by some politicians who are desperate to secure their interests.
“Engagement of political thugs; use of hate speeches and other inimical activities by desperate politicians and their supporters will likely instigate a more fragile security situation in the coming days."
Nigerian Army reacts to gruesome murder of Army couple by IPOB, ESN militant
The Nigerian Army had condemned the killing of two of its officers, Audu M Linus (retired) and Gloria Matthew.
They were killed by members of the outlaw group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and the Eastern Security Network (ESN), Legit.ng reported.
This was made known in a statement issued on Tuesday, May 3, by the Army spokesperson, Onyema Nwachukwu via the official Facebook page of the Nigerian Army.