100 of chibok girls reluctant to return home


– The chairman of the Chibok development association, Pogu Bitrus has made some revelations about some of the Chibok girls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents
– He said some of the girls are embarrassed to return home because they were forced to marry extremists
– He said the girls were used as domestic workers and porters but were not sexually abused
Some of the kidnapped Chibok girls are embarrassed to return home because they were forced to marry extremists.
The chairman of the Chibok development association, Pogu Bitrus, has disclosed that more than 100 of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls are unwilling to leave their captors.
According to Daily Mail, he said they were embarrassed to return home because they were forced to marry extremists and have their babies.
Bitrus, who was involved in the negotiations for the release of the girls said they were comfortable with their current location.
According to Bitrus, the abducted girls told their parents that they were separated into two groups when they were kidnapped and were forced into embracing Islam, or becoming their slaves.
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They were reported to have been used as domestic workers and porters but were not sexually abused.
That group contain the 21 who were released last week and the 83 who the government are negotiating over.
However, the chairman suggested that the 21 girls who were released last week may have to study outside the country because of the stigma the abduction might have caused in their lives.
Bitrus who said according to the girls, six girls died during their 30-month captivity added that even girls who escaped two years ago were being educated in the United States.
“We would prefer they are taken away from the community and this country because the stigmatisation is going to affect them for the rest of their lives.
“Even someone believed to have been abused by Boko Haram would be seen in a bad light,” he said.
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However, a Chibok girl, Amina Ali Nkeki, escaped in May this year has been reunited with the 21 freed girls, who were still being treated by doctors, psychologists and trauma counselors at a hospital in Abuja.
Over 200 girls were kidnapped from a school in Chibok by Boko Haram insurgents in April 2014 and have been held since then. In the process, some girls have escaped from their captors while some are still being held by the
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