Abuja - One of the Chibok girls rescued from the Boko Haram camp, Amina Ali Nkeki, has revealed that she misses her terrorist husband three months after escaping the camp, CNN reports.
Amina Ali and her four-month-old baby were rescued in May near Damboa in Borno state by soldiers and a civilian vigilante group, more than two years after being kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents from the Government Secondary School (GSS) in Chibok.
Her husband, identified as Mohammed Hayatu at the time of their escape, told a witness that he too had been kidnapped by Boko Haram.
He was placed in military detention for interrogation by Nigeria's joint intelligence center.
The 21-year-old and her child have since been hidden away in a house in Abuja for what the Nigerian government called a “restoration process”.
Amina Ali says she has no idea where he is now and is keen to be reunited with him.
"I'm not comfortable with the way I'm being kept from him", she said at an undisclosed location in Abuja Tuesday.
Meanwhile the federal government is yet to make contact with the Yakubus, the parents of Dorcas, a girl who was identified in the newest video released by Boko Haram.
According to News24, Manasseh Allen, spokesman of the Kibaku Area Development Association, confirmed on Tuesday that bopth Dorcas' parents and the Chibok community had not heard any further developments on the findings of the latest video released by the Islamist sect.
“We have not heard from the government since the video was released; no one has reached out to Dorcas’ parents or the Chibok community and the funniest thing is that some people are busy defending the government,” he said.
In addition, #BringBackOurGirls, has also reported that they have not received any word back from Government officials on the matter.
- News 24