Nigerians have taken to different platforms to react to the news that terror sect Boko Haram has released 21 of the over 200 kidnapped Chibok school girls to the Federal Government.
Thesheet.ng reported that the 21 chibok girls were released following a deal between the federal government and Boko Haram brokered by the International Red Cross and the Swiss Government.
The girls were reportedly dropped in the Banki area of Borno state where they were subsequently picked up by military helicopter.
Nigerians took to social media in their droves to react to the story.
Read some of their reactions below…
Igwebuike Charles Uwadi said: “Another distraction from the resent happening, this government are the game masters, the same people keeping chibok girls releases them to calm tension and distract Nigerian but no matter the game they play , they will remain in confusion, light will always expose darkness.”
Lawrence Iweabudike said: “What do this fulani’s take Nigerians for? This is how they gathered all the Northern destitute in IDP camp and called them rescued captives.”
Iyke Ifedioramma said: “We need video and the media should grant them interview on national television b4 we believe this Propaganda Alves Johnson ask a question saying: “Released on what conditions,so really this chibok girls saga is a propaganda?????well i see”
I knew that if PMB won, the Chibok girls will be released. Now 21 Chibok girls are free! More to come!
— Madefree (@MadefreeBassey) October 13, 2016
Those poor 21 Chibok girls are probably broken one can not even begin to imagine everything they had to endure
— #IAmKhanga (@Mimi_MkayBee) October 13, 2016
Nigeria might have some real good news to share afterall. https://t.co/w08QQeqZ9e
— Nelson Oluwabukola M (@michaelrythms) October 13, 2016
After 2 yrs of captivity, 21 chibok girl are released to their family,this is the apex achievement of the current nigerian government
— lawrence sunday (@lawrenzowez) October 13, 2016
A drop in the ocean, but 21 precious lives all the same⚡️ “21 Chibok girls released by Boko Haram”https://t.co/iE1mBDmf0A
— Chloe Osborn (@CocoOsborn) October 13, 2016
Wonderful news about the 21 Chibok Girls. There's more work to do but we will get there by the grace of God. Congratulation to the parents.
— Bello El-Rufai (@B_ELRUFAI) October 13, 2016
Wow! First Aisha Buhari becomes a Wailer; BH bombs Maiduguri killing many & then releases 21 Chibok girls 24hours later?
Well, we thank God
— Mr Stanley Nwabia (@MrStanleyNwabia) October 13, 2016
Reminder that Hillary Clinton personally obstructed Boko Haram being named a terror group. https://t.co/aJdwwziwAJ
— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) October 13, 2016
BREAKING: Boko Haram releases 21 Girls captured in 2013!
If you believe this crap, we should exchange your brain for condemned iron!
— Israel Oladipupo O. (@LadiSpeaks) October 13, 2016
10s of schoolgirls are still being held by Boko Haram but instead of rescuing them the Nigerian army choses to kill peaceful Shia
— Fer G (@FGunay1) October 12, 2016
Meanwhile, more details begin to emerge concerning the release of 21 kidnapped school girls who were abducted from their school hostels 2 years ago in Chibok Town, Bornu State.
According to SaharaReporters a Boko Haram commander said the release was brokered through a swap deal that involved the release of 4 high profile Boko Haram terrorists whose names are currently unknown.
A disturbing report has it that 18 of the 21 freed Chibok girls are nursing mothers who have been impregnated by Boko Haram fighters while in custody.
The freed Chibok girls are now on their way to Abuja by air. they left Nigeria Airforce base in Maiduguri for Abuja at 9:15 am Nigeria time.
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