Abuja - On Sunday Boko Haram released a new video featuring some of the Chibok girls that were abducted in April 2014.
According to a Naij report, the video was shared with some of the girls' parents, leaving them in a state of depression and pain.
In the video, one of the insurgents (who's face cannot be seen) speaks before allowing one of the girls, identified as Maida Yakubu, to address viewers on behalf of the other girls.
Maida went on to reveal that some of the hostages had been killed during air strikes staged by the Federal Government, while urging operatives to exercise caution in their attempts to rescue the girls.
See the reaction of the Chibok parents below.
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