BOKO Haram militants have
reportedly said that they are
willing to surrender and free the
remaining Chibok schoolgirls
if they get assurance from the
government that they won’t be
killed or prosecuted.
Reports quoted senior
Boko Haram terrorists, Amir
Muhammad Abdullahi as saying
that the insurgents were ready to
“We want to surrender because
things are getting worse,”
Abdullahi was quoted as saying,
adding that neither the Nigerian
army nor Boko Haram was
winning the battle.
The terrorist also indicated
that only a third of the girls were
alive, while “the rest have been
martyred”, the information,
which contradicts one of the
rescued Chibok girls, Amina
Ali’s claim that only six of her
colleagues were killed by the
terrorists since their abduction
over two years ago.
Nigerian Pilot recalls that
President Muhammadu Buhari
last Thursday met the 19-yearold
Amina in company of
her mother and Borno state
governor, Kassim Shettima at the
presidential villa, Abuja, after
she was rescued by the army.
Amina was discovered by
civilian vigilantes and troops
on Tuesday last week, and her
mother, Binta, flew to the capital,
Abuja to meet the president at
official Aso Rock residence

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