UNICEF Welcomes Release Of 4 Chibok Girls

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The United Children’s Fund has welcomed the release of four girls who were abducted by terrorists in Borno State.

The freed girls and others still in captivity were abducted from the Kautikari community earlier this month in the Chibok Local Government Area.

In a statement by the organisation on Monday, UNICEF expressed relief over the girls’ freedom on Sunday.

He continued, “After their harrowing experience, it is good news that the girls are back with their families and friends, where they belong.

“In 2014, Chibok gained global attention after 276 schoolgirls were abducted in the area.

Written by: Ayomide Ayodele

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