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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

BREAKING: Nigerian Army rescue abducted Yobe schoolgirls inside bush


Abdullahi Bego, Director-General Press Affairs to Governor Ibrahim Gaidam, on Wednesday announced the rescue of the school girls missing since Boko Haram attacked their school on Monday.

In a statement today, Mr. Bego said: “The Yobe State Government hereby informs the public that some of the girls at Government Girls Science Technical College (GGSTC) whose school was attacked by Boko Haram terrorists last Monday have been rescued by gallant officers and men of the Nigerian Army from the terrorists who abducted them.

“The rescued girls are now in the custody of the Nigerian Army.

“We will provide more details about their number and condition in due course.

“His Excellency Governor Ibrahim Gaidam, who is very grateful for the gallantry and hard work of the officers and men of the Nigerian Army involved in the operation, is monitoring the situation closely and will make a statement in due course.”

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