Purported release comes few months after video was published showing one of the girls begging Nigeria’s government to exchange detained militants for the girls’ freedom.

Twenty-one of the more than 200 girls kidnapped over two years ago in a raid on their school in Chibok town in Nigeria by Boko Haram militants have been released, the BBC reported on Thursday citing a Nigerian government official.
Two spokesman for Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari told Reuters they were unaware of the report. Military spokesmen have not responded to phone calls or text messages.
In August, a video appearing to come from Boko Haram was released showing one of the girls begging Nigeria’s government to exchange detained militants for the girls’ freedom. Other girls had been killed or crippled by Nigerian militant airstrikes, according to the video.


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