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Boko Haram Video: Girls being identified as Chibok Kidnapped Girls and others


Boko Haram Video: Girls being identified as Chibok Kidnapped Girls and others


Some of the girls in the video released by Boko Haram have been identified by parents and the girls that escaped from Boko Haram captivity. NEWISSUES learned that 54 girls have been identified but the identity of 83 more is unknown among the 136 girls in the video.

When the video was released Dr, Aliyu U Tilde, prominent Northern Nigerian writer, said it must be fake as the girls recite the Quran perfectly and it wouldn’t have been possible for Christian girls to learn that in a short while. Boko Haram had claimed the Christian girls have been converted to Islam.

The Boko Haram leader, Shekau, is asking for his members to be released from prison in exchange with the girls. The Federal Government has agreed to do that.

The Borno government, however, said the identification process has not been concluded.

A statement issued by Governor Kashim Shettima’s Adviser on Media, Isa Gusau, said the identification of the girls is still ongoing even as he listed the names of those identified.

“Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima has confirmed that young girls shown in a video released by the Boko Haram sect, are part of schoolgirls abducted at Government Secondary School Chibok following a night attack on April 14,2014”, said Mr. Gusau.

“Fifty four of the girls of the video have been identified by their names at an exercise that involved some parents of the girls, fellow students that include escapees from abduction, some teachers, security men and some officials of the Borno State Government led by the Chief of Staff to the Government House, Abubakar Kyari. The parents and students were conveyed to the Government House in Maiduguri to make for an open identification exercise.

“The names are currently being compared with school records as well as names published some days back to ensure accuracy. The exercise continues at the Government House and it is hoped that more names will be established by parents, students and teachers as well as management of the affected school”.

Below are the names of the girls identified by their parents and fellow students:

1. Agnes Gafane

2. Saraya Stober

3. Hauwa Bitrus

4. Hajara Isa

5. Na’omi Philimun

6. Hauwa Abdu (1st Speaking)

7. Magret Yama

8. Shitta Abdu

9. Jummai Muta

10. Ladi Paul

11. Roda Peter

12. Filo Dauda

13. Godiya Bitrus

14. Saratu Tauji (2nd Speaking)

15. Ross Daniel

16. Hauwa Ali

17. Hajara Isa (Amira 3rd Speaking)

18. Luba Afga

19. Na’omi Luka

20. Saraya Emos Ali

21. Bilkisu Abdullahi

22. Mairama Ali

23. Maryam Ali Maiyanga

24. Dabora Abbas

25. Kabu Mala

26. Halima Ali

27. Yana Bukar

28. Solomi Pugu

29. Lydia Emmar

30. Luba Sanda

31. Saraya Samuel

32. Comfort Habila

33. Rejoice Shanki

34. Gloria Yaga

35. Mary Nkeki

36. Moda Baba

37. Hauwa Isuwa

38. Patient Jacob

39. Ladi Jajel

40. Abigel Bukar

41. Fanta Lawan

42. Zainabu Yaga

43. Aisha Lawan Zanna

44. Dokas Yakubu

45. Kabu Mala

46. Maryama Bashir

47. Hauwa M. Maina

48. Mary G. Dauda

49. Susana Yakubu

50. Maryam Abbas

51. Laraba John

52. Hanatu Nuhu

53. Na’ omi Bukar

54. Rifkatu Galang

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