Lagos - Four more girls out of the over 200 school girls abducted by Boko Haram have reportedly escaped from the terrorist camp where they have been held hostage for more than one month according to Punch.
This was revealed by the Chairman, Chibok Local Government Area, Bana Lawan, on Tuesday in Abuja at a one-day stakeholders meeting for validation of draft humanitarian response plan for the abducted girls.
According to Lawan, represented by the Director for Personnel and Management, Musa Elijah at the occasion, the number of girls that have escaped had risen to 57 as against 53, while 164 girls were still missing.
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