Nigerian Army Discovered Another Chibok Girl with a baby

nigerian army discovered another chibok girl with a baby
nigerian army discovered another chibok girl with a baby

Mary Ngoshe, who was reportedly rescued by the 26 Task Force Brigade, is believed to be one of the girls kidnapped on April 14, 2014 from the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State.

Insurgents from Boko Haram had invaded the school and abducted 276 students.

While more than 50 were able to escape, 100 were eventually rescued, but many are still unaccounted for.

Some of the students rescued were later discovered with infants.

The army tweeted on Wednesday that Ngoshe and her child were discovered during a patrol in the Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno.

Mrs. Mary Ngoshe and her son were apprehended on 14 June 2022 by troops of the 26th Task Force Brigade of the Headquarters of the Nigerian Army while on patrol near Ngoshe, Borno State.

“She is believed to be one of the GGSS Chibok abducted girls in 2014.” Continued exploitation,” the tweet read.

The Chibok assault is Nigeria’s first coordinated assault on a school. After this incident, there have been numerous kidnappings at schools across the nation.

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