Escaped Chibok girl Amina Ali Nkeki who managed to flee her Boko Haram captives has admitted of missing the alleged terrorist fighter she was forced to marry.
Amina Ali was one of 276 students kidnapped at gunpoint from their school in Chibok in 2014.
In the two years she was held by the terror group she was “given” to a fighter and had a baby girl, Safiya, CNN reports.
Three months ago, the 21-year-old, her husband, identified as Mohammed Hayatu, and the couple’s daughter escaped the terror group’s camp.
Hayatu, who has since claimed he was also kidnapped by Boko Haram, is in detention awaiting interrogation by Nigerian authorities.
“I’m not comfortable with the way I’m being kept from him,” Ali told CNN before directly addressing her beloved.
“I want you to know that I’m still thinking about you, and just because we are separated doesn’t mean I have forgotten about you.”
Despite refusing to talk about much of her ordeal, Ali said for the first 12 months the girls were kept together before some of the teenagers were “given” to fighters as wives.
Her comments came just days after Boko Haram released a new video purportedly showing some of the abducted schoolgirls.
The footage was issued just days after embattled Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau denied claims that he had been replaced as the leader of the Nigeria-based group.