FG Releases Names of 82 Freed Chibok School Girls| See Full List

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On Saturday night, news broke out that Boko Haram had released 82 Chibok school girls, after months of negotiations with the Federal Government.

The President Muhammadu Buhari-led government picked the option of swapping the 82 Chibok school girls with Boko Haram prisoners, over paying a ransom to the terrorist group.

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Reports say the government did not want a repeat of ransom payment, as the case was during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

The Presidency has now revealed the names of the girls Buhari received at Aso Rock Villa , before he flew out to UK for further medical check-up.

See the full list below:

  1. Kwatah simon
  2. Grace Dauda
  3. Junmai Paul
  4. Tabita Pogo
  5. Yanke Shetima
  6. Junmai Miutah
  7. Juliana Yakubu
  8. Mary Yakubu
  9. Ruth Kolo
  10. Mairawa Yahaya
  11. Rachael Nkeke
  12. Fibi Haruna
  13. Asaba Manu
  14. Esther Usman
  15. Filo Dauda
  16. Awa Abga
  17. Lydia Joshua
  18. Naomi Bitrus
  19. Martha James
  20. Falmata Musa
  21. Aisha Ezekiel
  22. Awa Yerima
  23. Mwada Baba
  24. Hannatu Ishaku
  25. Mwa Daniel
  26. 26. Rifhatu Soloman
  27. Maryanu Yakubu
  28. Rebecca Joseph
  29. Laid Audu
  30. Amina Pogu
  31. Sarah Nkeki
  32. Esther Josiiuwa
  33. Saraya Yanga
  34. Ruth Amos
  35. Hauwa Musa
  36. Hauwa Ishaya
  37. Glory Aji
  38. Mary Ali
  39. Rahilla Bitrus
  40. Luggwa Mutah
  41. Lataba Maman
  42. Lydia Habila
  43. Deborah Peter
  44. Naomi Yaga
  45. Kwazigu Haman
  46. Lugguwa Samuel
  47. Maryamu Lawan
  48. Tobita Hellapa (Maryam Lawal)
  49. Ruth Ishaku
  50. Maryamu Musa
  51. Margret Yama
  52. Kawa Luka
  53. Solomi Titus
  54. Naomi Yahona
  55. Maimuna Usman
  56. Grace Paul
  57. Hawa Ntakai
  58. Yagana Joshua
  59. Comfort Bulus
  60. Ramatu Yaga
  61. Rhoda Peter
  62. Naomi Luka
  63. Naomi Adamu
  64. Liatu Habila
  65. Victoria William
  66. Ladi Ibrahim
  67. Christiana Ali
  68. Hanatu Stephen
  69. Patina Tabji
  70. Martha James
  71. Tabita Sila
  72. Yana Bukar
  73. Abigie Bukar
  74. Hadiza Yakubu
  75. Naomi Zakariya
  76. Maryamu Wari
  77. Amina Bulama
  78. Asabe Lawan
  79. Mary Dauda
  80. Maryamu Balama
  81. Naomi Philemon
  82. Saratu Ayuba

Meanwhile, one of the Chibok schoolgirls released by Boko Haram on Saturday returned with a leg amputated, according to report.

The unnamed girl was among the 82 girls taken from Banki, a town on the border with Cameroon, to Abuja, where they were taken to a Department of State Services clinic.

“Two [of the girls] have injuries,” said, the chief of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari, who received the girls at the Abuja airport. “One has hand injury, the other has a leg injury.”

He was quick to point out that the amputation had nothing to do with the “rescue” operation, which he said was carried out “professionally, without any hitch.”

The director of medicals, DSS Clinic, Anne Okoroafor, assured that the girls would be given adequate medical care. The 82 girls were among the 276 female students kidnapped by Boko Haram from the Government Girls Secondary School on April 14, 2014. Fifty-seven of the girls escaped while being taken away and three others were rescued by the military.


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