Nigerian armed force says it has protected another Chibok young lady

New Chibok girl found
Rakiya Abubakar

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The Nigerian armed force on Thursday said another Chibok schoolgirl captured by Boko Haram jihadists right around three years back had been safeguarded alongside her six-month-old child. 

Rakiya Abubakar was one of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped from the upper east Nigerian town of Chibok in April 2014, armed force representative Sani Usman said in an announcement. 

He said fighters had "amid examination of captured presumed Boko Haram psychological oppressors found... Rakiya Abubakar, with her six-month-old child." 

He said she was a senior school understudy at the season of her snatching however did not indicate when or where she was found. 

Of the 276 girls at first seized, scores got away in the hours after the abducting. There are as of now 195 schoolgirls as yet absent. 

Abubakar is one of three different schoolgirls who have been found in the previous year by Nigerian troops as they battle Boko Haram Islamists. 

In October, 21 Chibok girls were discharged by Boko Haram after arrangements with the Nigerian government facilitated by the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Swiss government. 

The discharge was hailed as a leap forward that would prompt to the recuperation of outstanding girls in imprisonment. 

The Chibok girls attracted worldwide regard for the Boko Haram insurrection inundating the nation when US First Lady Michelle Obama joined the #BringBackOurGirls online development. 

In spite of winning back swathes of region from the jihadists, President Muhammadu Buhari has confronted serious feedback for neglecting to recoup the youthful prisoners, who turned into the characterizing image of Boko Haram's fierce crusade to build up a fundamentalist Islamic state in the nation. 

Boko Haram still represents a danger to the war-torn district, propelling sporadic assaults on remote towns in Nigeria and lethal assaults on fighters in neighboring Chad and Niger. 

Nigeria has as of late trumpeted a noteworthy triumph in its fight against Boko Haram, asserting in late December that its armed force has directed the jihadists from their Sambisa woods fortress.



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