Jubilation As Two Chibok Girls Escape From Sambisa Forest

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Two of the Chibok secondary school girls abducted by terrorists have escaped from their abductors in the Sambisa Forest after nine years in captivity.

The escaped girls were identified as Hauwa Mutah and Esther Markus.

According to a security source, the girls escaped from Sambisa forest, on Sunday, as a result of intense military operations.

“One is from Chibok and the other one from Dzilang village,” the source said.

“With the two fresh escapees, the number of Chibok schoolgirls remaining in captivity has reduced to 96.

It would be recalled that on April 14, 2014, several girls were whisked away from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State by the deadly Boko Haram terrorist group.

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