Sometimes in 2014, the deadliest bloody terrorist group Boko Haram jihadist abducted over 200 young school girls in the rural destitute area of a town called Chibok in Borno State in Northern part of Nigeria, not popularly known in the country until the abduction of this innocent Chibok School girls and since then, hundreds more women and children have been kidnapped, while several hundreds more people have been killed, resident abandoned their home for their safety and farm lands ravaged and people confined as refugees in their own country by the terrorist group.
On April 14, 2014, Boko Haram terrorist jihadist abducted 276 schools girls from the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno state.
The schools girls experienced the worst moment of their life as the terrorist group Boko Haram gunmen bursted into their schools and held them captives for several hours and the young school girls were compelled and shrieked onto trucks and driven into the unknown destination in a forest now known as the deadliest Sambisa Forest.
Subsequently, the Nigeria military forces swifts into action in search of the abducted schools girls and any persons held in the captivity of the terrorist Boko Haram group.
Occasionally from the scenario development between the search for the release of the Chibok school girls by the Nigeria military forces, 57 (Fifty-seven) Chibok school girls manage to flee from the terrorist den of captivity.
On the 5th day of May in the on folding event, Boko Haram terrorist group commandant Abubakar Shekau furiously claims responsibility for the release of the school girls in a well circulated online video released to the general public, and still went ahead to declared a deadly attack on the nation is yet to be witness and vows to sell the school girls as slave brides of their foreign partners in crime.
From event on folding, another well public circulated second video released shows about 100 of the abducted Chibok School girls.
The bastardized terrorists Boko Haram group in the video vows and declared that the group have converted the abducted school girls to Islam and will not be released unless their members militant fighters held in prison custody by the Nigeria Government are freed.
The activities of the bloody terrorist group Boko Haram receives worldwide condemnation from one of them is the international media campaign which was launched and received support from United State of America First Lady Michelle Obama and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai condemned the kidnapped of the Chibok School girls.
Also the local media in the country never relent in voicing out their grievances against the government and the ways the matter of the abducted school girls were been handled by the states and federal government.
The key campaigner of the release of the Chibok school girls is the campaign protest hashtag #BringBackOurGirls fires up a social media revolution that flood the nooks and crannies of the country and abroad.
As event unfold, sometimes in May, the Nigeria government received a bilateral support in the fight against the terrorist group Boko Haram from Togo, Benin Republic, Cameroon, Chad, Niger strategically and vehemently vow to fight, defeat and eradicate the terrorist group Boko Haram, in what Cameroon President Paul Biya terms a “declaration of war”.
The United Nation (UN) Security Council in communiqué stated that kidnappings “may amount to crimes against humanity”, as Britain, China, France, Israel and the US offer help.
Sometimes in May 26, Nigeria’s Chief of Defence Staff Alex Badeh disclosed that Chibok school girls have been sighted but warns a rescue operation would put their lives at risk.
In the year 2015, sometimes in April, Nigeria’s president-elect Muhammadu Buhari warns he “cannot promise that we can find” the girls, as vigils are held in many countries to mark their first year in captivity.
Amnesty International (Ai) disclosed that school girls may have been separated into three or four groups and are being held in camps, some of which might be in Cameroon or Chad.
President Mohammadu Buhari stated in a briefing sometimes in December 2015 that he is willing to negotiate with any “credible” Boko Haram group, a week after claiming the country has “technically” won the war against Boko Haram.
Sometimes in 2015, the Nigerian military announces the rescue of hundreds of people, most of them women and children, who have been abducted /kidnapped by the deadly terrorist group Boko Haram.
Boko Haram tactically adopted another method of causing havoc on the country by using unsuspected suicidal. Boko Haram started using unsuspected women and innocent young girls to perpetrates their havocs and this increase against soft target the unarmed citizens, against churches, mosques, markets places and bus stations.
Also sometimes in March 2016, it emerges that Boko Haram also seized 500 women and children from the north east town of Damasak in Borno state just months after the Chibok abduction.
The kidnapping was denied at the time. – ‘Proof of life’ – On the eve of the abduction’s second anniversary, US news channel CNN reports that Boko Haram has sent a “proof of life” video which shows 15 of the girls — the first concrete indication that at least some are still alive.
On May 18, 2016 the Nigerian army confirms the first of the schoolgirls has been found. The 19-year-old, who later meets President Buhari, was discovered with a four-month-old baby and a man she described as her husband near Boko Haram’s Sambisa Forest enclave.
On October 13, 2016, Nigerian officials announce the release of 21 of the girls following talks between the government and Boko Haram brokered by Switzerland and the International Red Cross.
Local sources say four jihadist prisoners were freed as part of the deal to secure the girls’ release.
The Nigerian government raises the prospect that more releases could follow, with a senior official in the president’s office saying that “the negotiations will continue”.
As event unfold today the 6th day of May 2017 it was disclosed that ‘At least 80’ abducted Chibok school girls have been released, security sources, a senior minister and Enoch Mark, the father of two of the girls, disclosed this to AFP on Saturday.
Quoting a direct information allegedly obtained from “a top military source,” online medium, Sahara Reporters, said the girls, numbering 82 or thereabouts, were released after negotiations between the Islamist group and the Federal Government.
Sahara Reporter stated that “Our source revealed that the 82 girls who just regained their freedom are currently in Banki town in Borno State, awaiting airlift to an unknown destination.
“The source added that once the girls are secured in a new location, they would be debriefed, undergo psychological and medical test and then be reunited with their families.”