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Rescued Chibok girl, baby pass health tests

19 May 2016, 11:35

Maiduguri - Amina Ali, the Chibok young woman who has been rescued from the Boko Haram sect as well as her baby have passed health tests.

The supposed husband is undergoing further investigations.

The rescued Chibok schoolgirl, named as Amina Ali, was airlifted by Nigeria Air Force Super Puma aircraft from Damboa to Maiduguri alongside her baby and supposed husband, Mohammed Hayatu, on Wednesday evening.

Prior to that they were examined at Air Force medical facility and were found to be “stable.”

Also read: PHOTOS: Rescued Chibok girl handed over in Borno

Normal blood pressure was observed.

Thereafter, she was released to the Operation Lafiya Dole (Sliminate Terror) headquarters for further investigation.

After preliminary investigation, the rescued girl and her baby has been handed over to Borno Governor, Kashim Shetima.

It is believed she will be brought to Abuja today (Friday) along with her parents to meet President Muhammadu Buhari.

Meanwhile, Hayatu is husband is undergoing further investigation at Joint Intelligence Centre in Maiduguri, the capital of terror-prone Borno.

“Hayatu is well treated in line with Operation Lafiya Dole Rules of Engagement  regarding insurgents who voluntarily surrender to the military,” said army spokesman, Sani Usman.

Ali is one of 276 schoolgirls the Boko Haram kidnapped in Chibok two years ago.

Efforts to rescue the other girls have not been successful.

- CAJ News


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